Kerry A. Goodenow

Commencement 2010

Dudley Celebrates Fifty Years

In 1985, Dudley celebrated its 50th anniversary. According to an introductory letter written in 1985 by the chairs of the House to commemorate the event, “The anniversary year is a special time for Dudley—it gives us the opportunity to glance back and to look forward in time.”

Politics

Elizabeth H. Dole

Fifty years ago, Elizabeth H. Dole '60 was a graduate student at Harvard.

Politics

Elizabeth H. Dole

Fifty years ago, Elizabeth H. Dole '60 was a graduate student at Harvard.

College

Christopher Lim ’10

“I started playing piano and composing at the same time. My first music teacher taught me both, which is pretty unique."

Scrutiny

Golfing with the Ladies Club

I have never been able to play golf. The few times when my parents were able to get me on ...

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Smile Like You Mean Art: Paintings Promote Goodwill

When Bren Bataclan started the Smile Project six years ago, he never anticipated that it would spread to 25 states

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Acclaimed Poet Phillips Meditates on Life

Carl Phillips ’81 dramatizes the weeping of Patroclus’ horses at their owner’s death in the poem “Happiness”; “Immortal, / and

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John D. Kapusta ’09

When asked if he has any regrets from his four years at Harvard, John D. Kapusta ’09 succinctly replies “I

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For His 80th, Warhol Granted More Than His 15 Minutes

Andy Warhol infamously said, “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” By now Warhol has contradicted his own statement: his

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‘Olive Kitteridge’ Explores the Same Thing Over and Over Again

I have always thought that living alone would be frightening. What if I broke my neck and no one was

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The Tokyo Underground

TOKYO — Of all the things I was wondering about before my trip to Japan, one of my biggest questions

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James A. Powers ’08

Although Lampoon members have a reputation for being obnoxious and over-the-top, James A. Powers ’08, a soft-spoken Irishman, does not

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Claudia F. Schreier ’08

While the Dance Department may not be why most students choose Harvard, for Claudia F. Schreier ’08—recipient of the Office

Track and Cross Country

Athlete of the Week: Christensen Lands on Top at Penn Relays

While junior Becky Christensen was busy last week getting old injuries examined, the Penn Relays were the farthest thing from

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Students Go Eco Friendly

With signs ranging from “Hug a Recycler” to “Switching to CFLs is the sexiest and greenest thing you can do,”

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
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture