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Budget Crunch Hits Radcliffe, HDS

As the effects of the nation’s financial crisis hit Harvard’s schools and divisions, it has prompted a retrenchment by the

Professors for McCain

During the presidential campaign, Harvard College professors have donated to Democratic candidate Barack Obama over Republican candidate John McCain at

Asani Offered Tenure, But Considers Leaving Harvard

Ali S. Asani '77 has been offered full tenure by University President Drew G. Faust, the long-time Islam professor confirmed

Radcliffe Dean To Lead St. Andrews

Radcliffe Executive Dean Louise M. Richardson was named the next leader of the University of St. Andrews, the Radcliffe Institute

Carroll Bogert

On Sunday, Carroll R. Bogert ’83 shot a missile into the middle of the nostalgic merriment of upcoming Harvard reunions.

Karim Aga Khan

The summer before his senior year, Prince Karim Khan ’58 received unexpected news. His grandfather, His Highness Aga Khan III,

Grosz To Serve as Radcliffe Dean

Interim Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Barbara J. Grosz will continue on as the Institute’s permanent dean,

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Building a Nation

Daniel S. Senor arrived in Iraq on April 20, 2003—eleven days after U.S. Marines assisted locals in toppling an enormous

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There and Back Again

In her office in a quiet corner of the Harvard Kennedy School, Belfer Center fellow Meghan L. O’Sullivan is surrounded

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Mem. Church’s New Mission

On a recent Sunday evening, Appleton Chapel in Harvard’s Memorial Church is lit with candles as a few dozen students

Professor Touts Optimism in Presidential Race

Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth M. Kanter told an audience at the Institute of Politics (IOP) last night that successful

A Soul-Search for Islamic Society

Michael J. Sandel, who teaches the popular moral reasoning course “Justice,” recently posed an essay question to his students: Imagine

Study Finds ‘Crisis’ In U.S. Leadership

Americans think their leaders are failing in almost every arena, according to a new Harvard study. The third annual National

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From Journalists, A Look at Celebrity Law Cases

For lawyers-turned-journalists, it’s sometimes a struggle to bring meaning to a national obsession with sensationalist legal cases such as the

HLS Prof Tapped As Vatican Envoy

President Bush announced earlier this week that he will nominate Harvard Law professor Mary Ann Glendon to be the new

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