For Johanna N. Paretzky ’03, Harvard has been about new directions. After playing sports since the age of five, she
The Senior Gift Committee made its annual rounds this spring, soliciting donations, at a $10 minimum, from graduating students. The
Robert Tonis, who led the Harvard University Department (HUPD) through its transformation into a professional police force, died last month
Carl A. Ikels, who spent more than half-a-century protecting the Harvard campus first as a watchman, then as a police
The word “empire” is on the tip of everyone’s tongue these days. The unmatched world position of the United States
A re-enactor portraying Revolutionary War hero William Dawes and a member of the Massachusetts National Lancers’ color guard take part in the Patriot’s Day celebration on Cambridge Common yesterday.
Hordes of students turned out in front of Holyoke Center yesterday to pick up free tickets to see former Russian Premier Mikhail S. Gorbachev, who will speak at Sanders Theatre next Monday.
I lost a friend on Friday. To say that Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Minn.) was a friend of mine might be
It is fitting, in an ironic sense, that BBC journalist Lucy Jago chose Kristian Birkeland for the subject of her
Anthrax scares continued to rattle the nerves of people across the nation—including at Harvard—yesterday. An e-mail made the rounds of
As fears of bioterrorism and anthrax infection continued to spread throughout the nation yesterday, University officials met with mailroom employees
Soon after assuming office, University President Lawrence H. Summers moved from Washington, D.C. to his new digs—Elmwood, Harvard’s presidential mansion
Events have overtaken Sebastian Junger’s new book Fire with the same uncertainty and rapidity of the wildfires that raced across
For security officials across the country, “America on Alert” is more than a tag line on CNN. It’s the new