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Kathleen Pond

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Report: No Innate Gender Difference

When Lawrence H. Summers speculated in January 2005 that “issues of intrinsic aptitude” contributed to the lack of women in

IOP Ushers in New Fellows

She’s a baroness in the House of Lords and the first Muslim front-bencher in British parliamentary history, but now Kishwer

Students Rally for Iran Dissidents

As tensions between the Bush administration and the Iranian government escalate over Tehran’s nuclear energy program, around 100 students came

Haute at Harvard: Hilfiger Honored

Tommy Hilfiger, this year’s recipient of the Harvard Foundation’s Humanitarian of the Year award, spoke in Memorial Church last night

Brown Considers Modifying Grading

Faculty and students at Brown University will debate today whether to add pluses and minuses to its grading system, after

Outside FAS, Support Was Strong for Summers

Lawrence H. Summers continued to enjoy strong support at Harvard’s professional schools throughout the tumult of the past three weeks,

Cartoon Lands Daily Illinois Editors in Hot Water

While the Harvard Salient faced no formal repercussions for publishing four of the controversial Danish cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammed,

For Harvard, No Accounting 101

In Professor Christopher F. Noe’s accounting class at MIT, nearly a third of his students are from out of town—or,

Number Of Early Admits Drops

The admissions office will mail out thick envelopes to just more than 800 lucky students today, offering slots in the

UC Vote Selling Service Folds

A service set up to facilitate the purchase of votes for the Undergraduate Council (UC) elections shut down early yesterday

Tulane Students Must Leave Yale

Yale has joined Harvard in expecting its visiting students from Tulane University, who were displaced by Hurricane Katrina, to return

Marathon Man: Grad Student Keeps Balls In Air for 26.2 Miles

Harvard students are known for keeping multiple balls in the air, but Zach Warren has taken the skill to a

Tulane Frosh Get UC Support

In its meeting Sunday night, the Undergraduate Council (UC) adopted a position paper advocating that the eight visiting freshman students

Presidents’ Salaries Surge

University President Lawrence H. Summers found himself in the basement of the Ivy League’s presidential pay scale in fiscal year

Pudding Donates to Arts Education

Dressed as a giant bumblebee and a jumper-suited school girl, two cast members from the Hasty Pudding Theatricals presented Cambridge

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News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

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