Charles Bearell

Environment

Church Bells Go Green

Students packing for home or finishing final papers today at 3:50 p.m. may ask for whom—or what—they hear the bells

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Gladwell Regales Crowd With Gripping Disaster

Author Malcolm Gladwell captivated a sold-out crowd in First Parish Church last night for over an hour with the story

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Candelight Vigil Mourns Terror Victims

Standing in a circle three rows deep across the stage of Tercentary Theater, over 100 students, professors, and friends of

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Climate Reports Propose New Climate Architecture

The Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements released 28 new reports last Sunday that will “offer a blueprint and information”

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Harvard Wins Suit Against Filipino Jeans Company

The Harvard brand may be known worldwide, but the rights to it will have to stay in Cambridge. Harvard literally

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Harvard Ranks on AARP Employer List

For the home of the longest-running humor magazine and the original campus ham-radio station, age doesn’t usually go out of

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Documentarian Burns Lauds National Parks

When Theodore Roosevelt first saw the Grand Canyon, he spoke the words that would become his philosophy for national parks:

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Film Spurs Racial Discourse

A screening and discussion of the documentary film “Revolution ’67” at Harvard Law School last night explored issues of protest

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Gay Caucus Marks 25th Anniversary

For Robert W. Mack ’71, seeing hundreds of fellow LGBT alumni at Harvard this weekend was “like a mirage or

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Freshmen

Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Freshmen

Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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Highlight

An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days