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Yardfest Draws Record Numbers

Despite the inhospitable chill and Sunday-night scheduling, singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles and electronic duo Ratatat drew hordes of undergraduates to Yardfest


Pub Opens Outdoor Seating

The Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub opened the felt-rope entrance to its new outdoor patio yesterday afternoon under clear skies and


Aykroyd Named Artist of The Year

Emmy Award winner and original “Saturday Night Live” cast member Dan Aykroyd will be honored as the Artist of the


Let’s Go Lands New Publisher

Let’s Go, the student-run travel guide subsidiary of Harvard Student Agencies, has found a new publisher after over a year


$1.5 Billion in Debt Sold To Raise Cash

Harvard sold $1.5 billion in debt last Friday and plans to offer at least $600 million more in an effort


Risky Assets May Be Sold Off

Harvard Management Company—the group in charge of investing the University’s $36.9 billion endowment—may be trying to unload a large portion


University Chooses New Finance Chief

Former Director of the University’s Office of Budgets and Financial Planning Dan Shore was named Harvard’s vice president for finance


Elite Endowments Weather Markets

In a year of historic market turmoil, many of the nation’s wealthiest universities beat the trend of negative returns—with Harvard

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Spin the Bottle, But Don't Drink Out of It

Haven’t played spin the bottle since middle school? Well, you were still out of luck if you attended Drug and


Princeton Review Adds Environmental Rating

In addition to scores that gauge political candidates, cars, and household appliances, environmental friendliness is now also a factor considered

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Gamblers Recount Blackjack Tales

Making a couple hundred thousand dollars profit in a weekend, sipping Dom Pérignon champagne, and sitting ringside at a Mike


HoCo Exhibits Green Gardening

Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth provided the soundtrack to a number of environmental activities last night as part of Lowell House’s


Nobel Laureate Explains Intuition

The lone word “VOMIT” appeared on the screen as Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman described how audience members would involuntarily


Studies Call for More Holistic Admissions

As colleges around the country notify high school seniors of their admission decisions, the College Board released a series of


HLS Prof Reacts to Spitzer Struggles

In the early 1980s, while studying at Harvard Law School (HLS), Eliot L. Spitzer worked as a research assistant for

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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