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Jonathan Kozol

Thinking back to his undergraduate years, Jonathan Kozol ’58 said he could not remember a single Harvard senior who planned

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HKS Prof Appointed to Census Group

Failing to complete the decennial United States Census is costly—local and state governments can lose thousands of dollars per absentee

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Kim M. Williams, a public policy professor at the Kennedy School, will serve on the Census Advisory Committee on the African American Population.

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Banned User Abused Factiva

Since July, a data-hungry user has downloaded from Factiva over 5 million articles, an amount so excessive that it jeopardized

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Ralliers Cry Foul in Firing of Librarian

Student protesters and union members gathered yesterday outside the Holyoke Center to protest the August firing of a Harvard library

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Derek Walcott, right, seated next to Nadine Gordimer at a recent event at the Kennedy School. He was accused of sexual harassment in 1982.

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Photographing Distant Lands and Vanished Kingdoms

The ubiquity of digital cameras and cheap flights has made photodocumentarians of us all, as well as dealers of instant

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Disorienting Cityscapes

In the frequently dreary lobby of Gund Hall, an exhibition hovers between document and poem, chaos and order, microcosm and

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Color Me Kubrick

“They wanted something for nothing. He gave them nothing for something.” So goes the tagline for “Color Me Kubrick: A

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Present and future Pforzheimer House residents share ice cream yesterday evening.

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Little House on the Charles: Burgin Shacks Up at Carpenter

“We are swamped with spectacular images,” says Victor Burgin. “I’m trying to do a different kind of image.” Burgin is

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Show Reveals Clergue’s Genius

Lucien Clergue is one of only three photographers to receive the French Legion of Honor award. (Henri Cartier-Bresson and André

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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Ban the Bossy Ban Bossy