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Council Approves Mandatory Evaluations

The Faculty Council voted yesterday in favor of requiring all Faculty members to undergo student evaluations and granting the Committee


Profs Call for Study Of Past in Gen Ed

At least 35 professors are backing an amendment that would explicitly include “the study of the past” in the legislation


Social Science Profs Question Gen Ed

While goodwill prevailed toward the General Education report at Tuesday’s Faculty meeting, members of some departments are still calling for


Green Harvard Makes the Grade

First semester grades are in for environmental sustainability, and Harvard got an A-. To be specific, the Sustainable Endowments Institute


Avian Flu Would Hit Hardest in 3rd World

If avian flu were to develop into a pandemic as deadly as the 1918 Spanish flu, it would cause about

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Petersen Pushes for Student Advocacy

When a frazzled-looking girl opens her door to face Undergraduate Council (UC) presidential hopeful Ryan A. Petersen ’08, he excuses


'Pinafore' Cast Sets Sail to Success

Celebrating their 50th anniversary, the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players (HRGSP) whiz through “H.M.S. Pinafore” and “Trial by Jury,” performed

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Senior Named Marshall Scholar

Emily K. Vasiliauskas ’07 is the latest Harvard senior to receive a prestigious award to study in the United Kingdom.


Say 'Hi,' It's a Hello Holiday

Holidays can be exhausting, often requiring long travel times and arduous hours in the kitchen. But today is one holiday


Students Gather For Gaza Vigil

Several dozen students held a silent vigil on the steps of Memorial Hall yesterday to honor civilians killed in the

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Women’s Rights Expert Feted

A leading U.N. authority on women’s rights received the Anne Roe Award from the Graduate School of Education (GSE) last


IOP Hosts Election Debate

Facing off at the Institute of Politics last night, the former Democratic National Committee chairman predicted a resounding victory for


BC Requires ‘Catholic Perspective,’ Could Cancel Speakers

Some guest speakers at Boston College (BC) must now face administrative approval, according to a new university policy . University-fund


Yale Tops Harvard In Sex Survey

Sex is better at Yale. Or, at least, it’s safer. According to a recent survey conducted by Trojan Brand Condoms,


Students Celebrate Ramadan

During the Muslim holy month Ramadan, observant students gather together for nightly dinners after fasting since dawn. Since last Saturday,

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

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