David Jiang

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In Library, New Chapter for Bookish Prof

Sidney Verba ’53 has joked that prior to becoming Harvard’s chief librarian, he thought of libraries like he thought of

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Littauer Library To Close This Summer

It’s the end of the road for Littauer Library. On June 8, the library on the ground floor of the

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Verba Fund Enriches HUL

Three months before Sidney Verba ’53 is to retire as Harvard’s longest serving chief librarian, a $2.5 million endowed fund

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Libraries Integrate New Tech

The operating hours of Harvard’s libraries can now be accessed by anyone with a Web-enabled mobile phone, the latest technological

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Sports Illustrated Stripped From Rack

CORRECTION APPENDED Last year, students who didn’t want to shell out for Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue could head for the

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Library Searches for New Chief

Who will be the next director of the Harvard University Library? An advisory committee is working to find a successor

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Film Unravels Rap's Hidden Reality

Byron Hurt, the director of the documentary “Beyond Beats and Rhymes,” urged a capacity crowd in the Science Center’s Lecture

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Google Accelerates Books Project

Princeton University has joined the Google Books Library Project, as Harvard is set to ramp up the rate at which

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Azerbaijani Airs Democratic Goals

The opposition party leader in Azerbaijan, a former Soviet State on the Caspian Sea, discussed the difficulty of establishing democracy

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Free Bras, Good Cause

“Someone brought a bra? Wow!” said Susan B. Marine, director of the Harvard College Women’s Center. “Well, I didn’t say

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Explorer a Bit of a Mad Hatter

An associate professor at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology gave a tip of the cap to “abominable captain”

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MBTA Debuts Plastic Passes

“You just tap and go.” That’s what the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) “Ambassadors” were telling bus and subway riders

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Despite HIV, A Hopeful Song

Last night, Memorial Church was the venue for a joyous celebration of life and music from an unlikely group of

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Aikikai Kicks Off Two-Day Classes, Training

As an attacker lunged at him with gleaming knife in hand, Irvin Faust deftly stepped aside and caught him by

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Activist Calls for AIDS Research Sharing

South African AIDS activist Zackie Achmat urged Harvard Friday to make its HIV research and intellectual property more available for

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

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Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out