Mercer R. Cook
The new Charlesview housing site in Allston is impossible to miss, marked by a completed steel frame of three mid-rise buildings and several smaller townhouse buildings.
After a summer during which Harvard made large strides in planning for development across the Charles River, Allston residents said that they are anxious because of the lack of details in the University’s plan.
Like the hedge funds it emulates, Black Diamond is a riskier investment than some of its peer groups, a risk which members hope will be rewarded. Colangelo said that the organization is aiming for a 30 percent return on its investment.
Where belated summer recaps and finalized study cards can fail to sustain Saturday small talk, impassioned lip-syncing triumphs over the most blaring of music and the dimmest lights, transforming meaningless back-and-forth between strangers into jovial revelry among friends.
Professor of Government 1310 noted suspicious similarities between exams in his original letter to the Ad Board.
Just because we're the oldest college in the country doesn't mean we are the best. In fact, it doesn't even mean we crack the top five.
As Harvard conducts its most sweeping academic dishonesty investigation in recent memory, several students say they are frustrated by the uncertainty they face as the Ad Board debates if and how to punish them.
Harvard administrators have proposed a new plan for the Barry’s Corner Housing and Retail Commons, which would shift the complex’s center across the intersection from its originally-planned location.
Through three decades of skillful maneuverings, mostly separated from the political fray, Healy has weathered municipal ups and downs in his efforts to maintain financial stability and promote human services.
The achievement of Occupy’s goals was a result more of circumstance than of action, as the movement estranged everyone from administrators, to freshmen trying to enter the Yard, to even those undergraduates who initially supported it.
The Innovation’s Lab first academic year has been deemed a success by Harvard administrators and Allston residents alike.
Members of the Occupy Harvard movement plan to demonstrate at Commencement on Thursday in protest of the potential layoffs of Harvard University Library staff, according to a press release distributed by the movement.
After the effects of the 2008 financial crisis have now lessened, Harvard has restarted its planning for a campus across the river, in Allston. But as the University now chugs along, Allston residents still maintain old concerns of community integration.
Members of the Occupy Harvard movement plan to demonstrate at Commencement on Thursday to protest potential layoffs of Harvard University Library staff, according to a press release distributed by the movement.
Congressman Barney Frank ’61-’62 has made a name for himself as not only one of the most effective members of Congress, but also one of the fiercest and most formidable.
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