Upon the recent celebration of my twenty-second birthday, I received at the dinner table what could only be described as ...
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Crazed with laughter and the bitter cold, my roommate and I literally exploded into Asmara, a discreetly nestled Central Square ...
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When she’s not in transit between New York and Boston or running from Kirkland to class and back, Heba el Habashy ’10 has her hands full.
By their graduation, the class of 1984 left Harvard struggling with what seemed to be a growing problem: year after
UPDATED (3:53 p.m.): The proposed cutbacks will be implemented . The College’s shutt
According to the results of a poll conducted last week of more than 1,700 Harvard undergraduates, nearly 62 percent of
Three of the nine cases of influenza reported at the Harvard Dental School earlier this week were confirmed as H1N1
Eight new cases of influenza linked to the Harvard Dental School have been deemed by local and state health officials
Associate Dean of Student Life and Activities Judith H. Kidd will accept the administration’s retirement incentive package and retire from
CLARIFICATION APPENDED Six Harvard undergraduates—each a member of a Reserve Officer Training Corps branch—led a panel discussion last night on
Applied mathematics professor Michael P. Brenner has been appointed as the first Associate Dean for Applied Mathematics in the School
Due to recent changes in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Information Technology Department’s scheduling policies, students looking for help