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Zachary R. Heineman

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Harvard's Newest Ivory Tower

Standing on the 15th floor of the new graduate school dormitory located across the Charles at the business school, you

Redesigning Architecture at Harvard

In the fall of 1968, the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies (VES) replaced the Department of Architectural Sciences. Some

Understanding the Carpenter Center

Despite being one of the most prominent buildings on campus, the Carpenter Center is also one of the least well

The Next Carpenter Center?

To be honest, I could not care less that the Pro is shutting its doors. If I want overpriced alcohol,

Harvard's Teeming Underground Life

Soon after snow storms, mysterious swaths of green appear in the Yard, hinting of an entire world lurking beneath Harvard’s

The Power of Art?

Start with an outmoded power generation plant. Hire a high-profile architect. Remove the unused equipment and renovate the interior. Add

Brutal Murder of Student Leaves Class of 1977 Shocked, Mourning

In November of 1976, the Class of 1977 experienced one of the most horrifying tragedies in school history. One of

Minority Candidates Win Two Board Spots

With longtime School Committee member E. Denise Simmons vacating her seat to run for the City Council, some Cambridge residents

Tutors Tackle Prison Education

It could be any van ride with a bunch of Harvard students. Up front a couple guys are debating the

City Seeks Economic Diversity

In a move that would place Cambridge on the vanguard of educational reform, School Superintendent Bobbie J. D’Alessandro wants to

Mass. High School Test Scores Rise

Last spring, Massachusetts high school sophomores took their first crack at the MCAS tests they need to pass in order

BOND Members Urged To Participate In Blood Drive

In the wake of Tuesday’s catastrophic events, many in the Harvard community were looking to help and blood donation was

Graduates Search for Classmates

As rescue workers sifted through the rubble at the World Trade Center, Harvard graduates across the country continued efforts to

Peer Academic Advising: Not for First-Years

Improving academic advising for freshman is one of Dean of Freshman Elizabeth Studley Nathans' top priorities, and her rallying behind

Peer Academic Advising: Not for First-Years

Improving academic advising for freshman is one of Dean of Freshman Elizabeth Studley Nathans' top priorities, and her rallying behind

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

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