Crimson staff writer

David H.A. LeBoeuf

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Student Life

Mixed Response To Harvard-Yale Tailgate

The Harvard-Yale tailgate could be heard from across the river as thousands of students joined in the revelry outside Harvard Stadium.

Immigration and Democracy

Prof. Says Immigration Needed for Growth

Public policy professor Jack A. Goldstone ’76 sought to convey that “opening our doors to immigrants is not only desirable, but an absolute necessity."

Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Scholar Set To Lead Tibet

Harvard Law School Senior Fellow Dr. Lobsang Sangay may soon be adding a new title to his resume: Prime Minister of the Tibetan government in exile.


Website Asks Americans To Love Taxes

While many political pundits continue to emphasize the public’s frustration with taxation, Vanessa S. Williamson—a graduate student in government and social policy—started a website last August to take the conversation in a new direction.

Harvard Medical School

Natural Tanning May Inhibit Skin Cancer

A Harvard study published last week describes a way to stimulate a natural tanning process that reduces the risk of skin cancer, or melanoma.

Student Life

Students Challenge Holiday

A century after Mass. first recognized Columbus Day as a legal holiday, about 30 students gathered outside of Matthews Hall for a candlelight vigil honoring “Dia de La Resistencia Indigena.”


Brown Talks Plan for Global Financial Constitution

Gordon Brown, the former prime minister of the United Kingdom, suggested during a lecture he gave at the Institute of Politics last night that the solution to the global economic crisis is to create a global financial constitution and increase worldwide coordinated action.