Michael L. Shenkman

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Byerly Finally Got It Right

Since I spent two years, or half of my college experience, just trying to get into Harvard, I have naturally

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Early Applications Again Set Record

For the last few years, early action applications have kept the Cambridge post office busy in early November--and this season

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It's a Small Class After All

Gov 10 has been a rite of passage for years--but for the class of 2004, it will be history. Following

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Dartboard

Ring, Ring, Ring Dartboard can't help but notice that classrooms this fall are not only overflowing with students, but also

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Freshman Seminar Changes Considered

The Faculty Council discussed a proposal to expand Freshman Seminar course offerings and allow those classes to count for concentration

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Deferred Admits Tell Their Exotic Tales

Daniel Z. Levine '03 When Daniel Z. Levine '03 started his summer internship in Washington, D.C. he was still waiting

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Harvard Sees Highest Yield Since the 1970s

About 80 percent of students admitted to the Class of 2004 will attend Harvard, giving the College its highest yield

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Other Schools Face Same Problems

For some Harvard users, it is hard to imagine how the new financial information system could possibly be worse. But

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In the Trenches: A Staffer Struggles with ADAPT

As a lab administrator in the chemistry department, Linda E. Ross uses the new financial systems implemented under Project ADAPT

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Project ADAPT Timeline

1948: Harvard develops a mainframe-based electronic accounting system. 1993: The University's vice presidents meet and discuss data problems. They decide

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Faculty Blast $112M Computer Systems

Project ADAPT was supposed to make everyone's life simpler. But nine months after it replaced the University's financial computer systems--and

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Project ADAPT: Defining the Mission

Early in his term as president, Neil L. Rudenstine asked his staff, "How many people work at Harvard?" But they

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The 33-Digit Code Creates Headache for Faculty

A Faculty member recently observed that the 33 digits used to label University financial accounts are enough to tag every

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Faculty Nibble Few Dining Hall Meals

Despite a new program to bring professors into the undergraduate dining halls, most Harvard teaching staff are still missing out

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Harvard Receives Record Number of Applicants

While Byerly Hall officials are burning the midnight oil to evaluate 18,687 applications to the College, their counterparts at Yale

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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes