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Harvard Agrees To Honor ‘Two Key Student Demands’

The nine remaining students staging a hunger strike in protest of the wages and benefits offered to Harvard’s outsourced security

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Hunger Strike Ends as University Agrees To Meet 2 Key Demands

The nine remaining students staging a hunger strike in protest of the wages and benefits offered to Harvard's outsourced security

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University To Meet with SLAM

The University will meet today with student protesters to discuss their demand that Harvard intervene for higher wages in a

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Unanimous Approval for Faust

The Board of Overseers, the group of 30 alumni who make up the University’s second-highest governing body, unanimously confirmed Drew

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Cech Bows Out of Harvard Race

Thomas R. Cech, the head of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and a leading contender in Harvard’s presidential search, has

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Cech Withdraws from Presidential Search

Thomas R. Cech, the head of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and a leading contender in Harvard's presidential search, has

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‘Iowa Values’ for Mass. Hall?

This is the fourth article in a continuing series. Part 1: Provost Considered for Top P

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A Presidency Unsealed

CORRECTION APPENDED Despite the intense media coverage surrounding the current search for Harvard’s 28th president, much of the internal intrigue

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Security Guards Join Union

Harvard’s security guards have earned union recognition after a “strong majority” of the guards indicated they were in favor of

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A Family Affair

The wedding registry for a couple entering academia nowadays might include an unusual big-ticket item: two professorships in the same

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Borges Writings Turn Up in Store

After reporting that two Jorge Luis Borges manuscripts worth nearly $1 million had been lost and presumably stolen, Harvard Square’s

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Lost Manuscripts Weren't Lost At All

After it reported that two Jorge Luis Borges manuscripts worth nearly $1 million had been lost and presumably stolen, Harvard

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Faculty To Vote on Expanded TF Review

A measure requiring evaluations of all teaching fellows (TFs) and teaching assistants is on the agenda for Tuesday’s Faculty meeting—along

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For Guards, Union in Sight

Harvard’s security guards will be allowed to unionize for the first time since the University outsourced their jobs two years

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Voters Reject Libations Measure

Massachusetts voters rejected a proposal yesterday that would have allowed food stores to sell wine, dealing a victory to law

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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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