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Robert J. Coolbrith

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Fifteen Minutes: Reservation for One: One man, one hundred dollars and 15 hours at Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun

Interstate 10, bound east to west, is a nonstop train of dreamers. Barreling through the desert, they come in search

Licensing Board May Close MIT Fraternity

Members of the MIT fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) may have landed themselves in even more hot water Tuesday. With

Full-Time Black Faculty at the Nation's 25 Highest-Ranked Universities

RankInstitution  %Black Faculty 1  Emory University  5.1% 2  University of Michigan  4.8% 3  Vanderbilt University  4.1% 4  Dartmouth College  4.0% 5  Johns Hopkins University  3.7% 5 &

Mendelsohn Is New Dudley Master

This June, Professor of the History of Science Everett I. Mendelsohn will begin a three-year term as the new master

GSE Panel Discusses School Demographics

A group of distinguished educators gathered at the Graduate School of Education's (GSE) Gutman Conference Center on Saturday to discuss

Professors Recovering From Recent Illnesses

Two giants of the Harvard community were hospitalized late last week and both remained in intensive care throughout the day

Black Scientists Speak at Forum

A panel of distinguished African-American scientists gathered to discuss the future of minorities in science, engineering and mathematics last night

Student Wins Pageant, Resigns for Med. School

Here she is, Miss America... well then, where is she? That's what some may have been left wondering after Catherine