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Jacob D. H. Feldman

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Harvard Business School

Study: Yelp Ratings Linked to Restaurant Revenue

Restaurants whose Yelp ratings increase by one star can expect to see their revenue increase by more than five percent, according to a Harvard study.

About a Boy’d
Football

Boyd’s Play Brings Success to Crimson D-Line

In a pivotal game at Harvard Stadium, the Crimson called on junior Joshua Boyd after starting outside linebacker Blaise Deal went down with an injury.

Faculty

Ali Asani Named Head of Islamic Studies Program

As director of the program, which was founded from a gift in 2005, Ali S. Asani ’77 said he hopes to promote innovation in teaching and attract renowned Muslim scholars, making Harvard the leader in all areas of Islamic studies

Keep the heart Keating
Features

Keating Finds Success in Dual-Sport Role

After playing lacrosse last year, Keating committed herself over the summer to joining Harvard field hockey. Though Keating played both sports in high school, doing the same at the Division I level is more difficult and time-consuming endeavor.

Color App
Student Life

Photo Sharing App Debuts at Harvard

Color Labs plans to test it new smartphone and Facebook application—an innovative take on visual connectivity—exclusively at Harvard College.

tiffany & Co.
Features

Harvard Rookie Lim Excels Early in College Career

Stepping up to the 13th tee on the first day of her first tournament as a collegiate athlete, freshman Tiffany Lim could feel the pressure.

COMING TOGETHER
Women's Volleyball

Crimson Volleyball Edges Winless New Hampshire

In a tightly contested fifth set, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (5-2) narrowly topped the University of New Hampshire (0-12) to win its home opener.

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization