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Anne K. Kofol

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Whether Donning Coats of Bright Red or Fur, Concert Pianist Basks in Spotlight

Berenika D. Zakrzewski ’04-’05 has a flare for performance. She has been traveling the world as a concert pianist since

Graduating Seniors Rack Up Honors While They Can

Jordan B. Woods ’06 is worried that there will be no pot of gold at the end of his rainbow.

A New York State of Mind

Everyone knows that we New Yorkers are coddled elitists with more than our fair share of neuroses. Or at least

In it for the Long-Haul

I rush out to the lime green Bug sitting in the parking lot. I’ve gotten the goods. The minute hand

Monastery Mourns Loss of Bells

MOSCOW—At the top of the bell tower of Danilov Monastery, fruit flies buzz around the dark metal bells and a

A Monastery’s History

Prince Daniel of Moscow, the son of legendary Russian military leader Alexander Nevsky, founded the Danilov monastery with the building

Moscow Court Convicts Student

MOSCOW—The Harvard Divinity School (HDS) student accused of trying to smuggle $48,000 through Moscow’s airport five months ago is free

Divinity School Student Convicted of Smuggling

Published on Friday, August 22 MOSCOW--The Harvard Divinity School (HDS) student accused of trying to smuggle $48,000 through Moscow’s airport

Divinity School Student Prosecuted in Moscow Court

MOSCOW—More than four months after police seized him in a Moscow airport with $48,000 in American cash in his bags,

HDS Student Likely To Be Freed Friday

Published Thursday, August 21, 2003. MOSCOW—The Harvard Divinity School (HDS) student on trial in Russia for allegedly trying to smuggle

Soul Searching

NEW YORK—I began the summer on a mission to acquaint myself with New York City. To anyone who knows me,

The Alums Fight For Equality

Over the course of one Saturday afternoon in Radcliffe Yard, eight graying women critiqued the College’s sexual assault policy, discussed

See No Evil

Professor of Physics Melissa Franklin describes the physics department at Harvard with two words: “arrogant and rough.” Franklin says she

Burden of Proof

This article went to press before the May Faculty meetings, when the Leaning committee—the most recent group to investigate and

University Denies Title IX Violation

Harvard’s new procedure to handle sexual assault cases does not violate Title IX gender discrimination laws, the University said in

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