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

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Redesigning Architecture at Harvard

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

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Understanding the Carpenter Center

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

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The Next Carpenter Center?

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Tutors Tackle Prison Education

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

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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

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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

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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

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Graduates Search for Classmates

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

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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

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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

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