Stemming from budget shortfalls and University-wide measures to rein in spending, the Quad Library will discontinue service at the end
Fiscal belt-tightening measures in College and House libraries have hurt the job prospects of students looking for employment among the
After initially mandating that House Masters cut their annual budgets by 15 percent earlier this semester—in line with trimming guidelines
From Adams to Winthrop, Mather to the Quad, it has been a fixture of the College’s House system, a concept
Nearly four months after the anticipated debut of a comprehensive plan for House renovations, Dean of the College Evelynn M.
For the freshmen who will wake up to a horde of drunken Cabot, Currier, or Pforzheimer House residents outside their
President Barack Obama and Ronald S. Sullivan—the newly selected Master of Winthrop House—first met on the basketball court, long before
For students looking for personalized, one-on-one career counsel in July, the Office of Career Services may not be the place
CLARIFICATION APPENDED Associate Dean for Residential Life Suzy M. Nelson presented th
In spite of a deepening economic recession, College administrators maintain that the financial crisis will not derail their large-scale House
CORRECTION APPENDED At the turn of the 20th century, the landmarks that now define Harvard were still a distant reality.
Members of a nutrition advisory body debated the merits of various methods of presenting calories and serving sizes for dining
Becoming a House tutor this year just might be more competitive than getting into Harvard College itself. Nearly 300 applicants
Sociology professor Nicholas A. Christakis and his wife Erika L. Christakis ’86 will become Pforzheimer House’s new masters this fall,
Nicholas A. Christakis—a sociology professor at Harvard Medical School and in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences—and his wife Erika