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Knowles To Step Down as Dean of FAS

Jeremy R. Knowles will step down from his post at the helm of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS)



Live: Choosing a President

A press conference by President-elect of Harvard Drew Gilpin Faust just took place in the Barker Center, soon after the Board

Student Robbed At Knifepoint

A male undergraduate student was robbed and assaulted at knifepoint—in broad daylight—in front of Widener Gate yesterday afternoon. The victim,

No Champagne for the Runners-Up

As the Petersen-Sundquist celebrated their victory in Currier House last night, the mood at five other campaign headquarters scattered across

FAS Rewinds to Slower Era

Harvard returned to a pre-e-mail age this morning as the Faculty of Arts and Sciences servers malfunctioned. A FAS Computing

Moore to Lead 134th Crimson Guard

Kristina M. Moore ’08 will lead the newly-elected 134th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the paper’s outgoing president announced today.

Crimson Discontinues Cartoon Series

The Crimson last night retracted two cartoons drawn by Kathleen E. Breeden '09 and discontinued the editorial cartoonist's series, calling

Summers' Times, and the Livin' Is Easy

It’s a bad time to be a member of the global middle class, Lawrence H. Summers writes in his debut

Rosenberger: A Two-Sport Letterman

Two winters ago Leif Rosenberger and eight other hockey players were in a car accident driving home from a post-game

Central Administration

University Has Broadened Idea of Honorary Degrees

"That the Reverend President be desired to accept Doctoratus in Theologica, and that A Diploma be drawn up by the