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David C. Newman

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Senators Rally Behind Firefighters

By DAVID C. NEWMAN Special to the Crimson BOSTON—With an estimated 300 New York City firefighters killed in Tuesday’s terrorist

Surviving Camp Harvard

A junior high teacher of mine who went to Harvard as an undergrad told me that Freshman Week was probably

POSTCARD FROM LONDON: My Sweet George

LONDON—Two Saturdays ago, I crossed Abbey Road. The camera caught me mid-stride, as it did the Fab Four more than

POSTCARD FROM CAMBRIDGE: Green Monster Blues

Went to Fenway on a gorgeous Wednesday night a couple of weeks ago, watched the Sox drop an ugly game

The State of the College

According to silver-tongued Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles, his University Hall officemate Harry R. Lewis '68 is now

Open All Night: College Ponders Extending Hours

As the campus buzzes with talk of Harvard's 27th president and what his leadership might mean for the College, a

Signs Indicate Summers May Focus on College

After the smoke clears from Harvard's presidential search, undergraduates may find that they have reason to be optimistic about the

Firm Hired to Look at Future MAC Renovations

Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 will visit potential donors this spring in an effort to raise funds

Alcohol Policy Unevenly Enforced

Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 does not like to talk about Harvard's alcohol policy. But he will

Lewis Releases Five-Year Report on College

After five years on the job as Dean of the College, Harry R. Lewis '68 has written a report about

Deans Move Back Into Renovated University Hall

Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) administrators moved back into their University Hall offices yesterday, marking the end of a

Days of Dialogue Open with Three Panels

Despite organizational problems that forced the Undergraduate Council to postpone and then shorten its planned "Days of Dialogue"--as well as

Roaming Alone

When roaming Ethernet access became available to all Harvard undergraduates at the start of the year, University techies heralded the

In the Epic Electoral Battle, No One Wins

It began eight years ago, in the rubble of a candidacy toppled by a third-party candidate and a charismatic Southern

Nader Hopes for 5 Percent Vote

There was more to Ralph Nader's final pre-election day appearance last night than a plea for votes. There was a

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

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What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
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Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith
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Understanding Faith