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Andrew Okuyiga

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Gaming Room Opens in Leverett

Residents of Leverett House now have yet another way to procrastinate during reading period. A student gaming group has set

Less Sleep, More Medical Snafus

While students gather tonight in front of common room televisions to watch medical residents on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” sleeping around,

Here’s Looking at You, Kid

Tired of Christmas trees with tacky beer-can ornaments? Icicle lights? Slow drives around suburban neighborhoods just to see another inflatable

A Foreign Affair

When Catherine H. Winnie steps in as the new permanent director of the Office of International Programs (OIP) next February,

Religion Expert Named African Studies Chief

A leading scholar in African religions has been tapped to chair the University’s Committee on African Studies. Professor of African

IOP Head Atop '08 Race for N.H. Seat

The director of Harvard’s Institute of Politics, Jeanne Shaheen, emerged last week as the top Democratic hopeful in New Hampshire’s

Kennedys Honor Activists

Senator Edward M. Kennedy ’54-’56 and Caroline B. Kennedy ’80 honored two leading community activists at the Institute of Politics

$1M for Alzheimer’s Quest

A Harvard Medical School professor has received about $1 million to fund a promising effort that could move researchers closer

‘Friends’ Star Slated to Play Prof.

The spotlight of Hollywood will soon shine on the Harvard psychology department. “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston is set to portray

Two Docs Don’t Make A Right

A high percentage of medical errors taking place in non-emergency settings—ranging from a physician’s office to a radiology lab—cause serious

Faiths Meet to End Fast

Over 100 members of Harvard's Jewish and Muslim communities packed Ticknor Lounge last night to break their religious fasts together.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard