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Class of 1984: Allison H. Brown

“On campus and among the freshman class, she was known as the banjo woman,” Virginia “Ginger” M. Young ’84 said

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Marathon Racers Run for Charity

When Molly R. Siegel ’10 tried running the Boston Marathon last year, she collapsed at mile 22 out of 26.2

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Humanities Praised For Good Advising

Max H.Y. Wong ’10 said he is the type of Harvard student who shops fifteen courses during the first week

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Slumping Economy Hits Job Recruiters

The number of on-campus recruiters at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences fell by nearly 20 percent this spring, leading

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Jobs Tough To Find For Future Financiers

There was a time when Sangu J. Delle ’10 seemed to have the job market in the palm of his

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Students Create Darwin Exhibit

On the shelves of the Cabot Science Library sit a license plate, several action figures, ape skulls, and a television

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Study: Harvard Benefits Local Economy

Harvard has contributed nearly $4.8 billion in economic activity to the greater Boston region in the 2008 fiscal year, according

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ROVING REPORTER: Prowling for the Next Rowling

Tariq N. Ali ’09 RR: Who would you want to be your class’s Commencement speaker? TA: Who I want as

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Walden Data Aids Climate Science

Dressed in a green T-shirt, brown zip-up hoodie, jeans, and sneakers, the only hint that Charles C. Davis is a

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The Evolution of History of Science

She came to Harvard wanting to be a doctor, and she knew science would be in her future. But what

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Smaller Solar System Shows Several Similarities

One of the solar system’s little siblings is even more like our own than researchers had previously thought, according to

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Pledge Advocates Sustainable Habits

Pledging to take shorter showers, buy organic food, and boycott bottled water, nearly 4,000 members of the Harvard community have

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Campaign Health Advisors Square Off

The presidential candidates’ senior health advisors fielded questions on insurance, subsidies, and contraceptives in a debate titled “Women’s Health: McCain

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Spelling Discusses Education Policy at IOP Event

U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings flashed a 120-question, six-page financial aid form before the eyes of a packed audience

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OCS Expands Forum Offerings

Seniors beginning their job searches amid doom-ridden news of bank failures and Wall Street woes found a broader palette of

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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