Mandy Savitz-Romer, a lecturer at the Graduate School of Education, and Suzanne M. Bouffard, a GSE researcher, published a book called "Ready, Willing, and Able" which addresses the problems concerning college matriculation rates of low-income high school students.
A former presidential campaign strategist and two former presidential administration staffers headline the slate of Institute Of Politics fellows for the semester leading up to the 2012 presidential election.
A new book explores the histories of a slew of restaurants in and around Harvard Square.
As the Supreme Court nears judgment day on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, professors at Harvard and other colleges said that the act was constitutional but were unsure what ruling the nation’s highest court would make by Thursday.
Chase E. Morrin ’15 and Kevin Sun ’14 will be recognized for musical excellence by the Yamaha Young Performing Artists Program.
Only poetry can do IHOP true justice.
Forty-one mice died of dehydration in a Harvard University laboratory this past spring, prompting the federal government to cite Harvard for violating the American Animal Welfare Act.
After a first-round bye, the Radcliffe 1V topped Thames/Henley before losing in the last race of the regatta to Tees Composite.
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Data analysis done by Steven Syre at The Boston Globe has revealed that the actual cost of attending Harvard—with financial aid factored in—is considerably less than it initially appears.
On Monday, Flyby caught up with Eric A. Kester '08, who is publishing a book on his freshman year experiences at Harvard and who was a regular contributor to The Crimson during his time as an undergrad.
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.
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.
During the 1961-’62 school year, debates over the purpose of curfews and other rules for the proper conduct of a Radcliffe student were symptomatic of the emerging revolution in the role of women on Harvard’s campus and beyond.
A sandwich stand on Harvard Medical School property that has long been beloved by the Longwood Medical Area community has been threatened with closure if it does not make improvements to meet city codes.
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