Adeline S. Rolnick

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‘Sextalk’ Offers Frank Advice

For students who find talking about sex to be just plain awkward, Harvard’s Peer Contraceptive Counselors (PCC) are here to

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Electronic Records May Cut Malpractice Suits

The use of electronic health records (EHRs) may help reduce the number of malpractice suits for physicians, according to a

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Schools Change Quota Rules

Socioeconomic quotas for next year’s kindergarten classes will be based on current enrollment statistics—not the prior year’s statistics, as is

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Ignatieff Seeks To Lead Party

Michael G. Ignatieff, a human rights expert and former Kennedy School of Government professor, announced his intentions on Thursday to

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Spare Change News Hits Hard Times

After recently losing a major donor, Spare Change News, a “street newspaper” sold by the homeless on the sidewalks of

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Prof: Dems Win in Economic Crises

This election day, American voters will face a choice between “Mars or Venus” when it comes to the Presidential candidates’

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Election Lecture Stresses Green

The importance of a strong environmental policy for the next administration was the topic of a talk given last night

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Grad Nabs Progressive Prize

Amy Goodman ’84, a rabble rouser since her days living the Dudley Co-op, was named a winner of the Right

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McCain's Plan Studied at HSPH

Republican Presidential candidate John McCain’s health care plan would likely have little impact on the number of uninsured Americans, according

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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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