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Rebecca D. Robbins

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Student Life

Teach for America Names Members

Several seniors who applied early to the Teach for America program had cause to celebrate when the first batch of decisions was announced yesterday.

Visual Arts

Loeb Fellow Urges Activism in Design

There is a growing movement in architecture toward social activism, according to design activist and current Loeb Fellow Bryan Bell.

On Campus

Lecture Discusses Qur’an Translations

The Qur’an is fundamentally untranslatable, according to Bonn University Professor Emeritus of Semitic Languages and Islamic Studies Stefan Wild.

Views from Washington
Harvard Law School

Technology Will Help the Economy

Innovations in communication technology are poised to play a crucial role in resolving the national economic crisis by stimulating job ...

Film

Panel Sees Value in Children's Literature

Children’s literature is more important than ever in an increasingly fast-paced society, according to a panel of five authors and two filmmakers hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Government

Professors Predict Tight Race

Four top academics offered contrasting predictions on the outcome of the upcoming midterm elections at a pre-election panel.

Science

Harvard Astrophysicists Design Instruments To Sample Sun's Atmosphere

A team of Harvard astrophysicists designed a set of scientific instruments that will directly sample the sun’s atmosphere for the first time as part of NASA’s Solar Probe Plus mission to the star in 2018.

Office of Career Services

Minority Students Feel Safe Abroad

Minority students take into consideration different factors compared to their white counterparts when deciding whether to study abroad, according to ...

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Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads