Andrew J. Miller

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Plagiarism Costs Overseer Engagements

Amid more findings of plagiarism in her book The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys, historian and Harvard Overseer Doris Kearns Goodwin

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Heavy Metal for Harvard

Princeton has one. The University of Chicago has one. Cornell sort of has one, as does Brown. Andover has one,

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Overseer’s Admission of Plagiarism Comes With Few Repurcussions

When Harvard Overseer Doris Kearns Goodwin publicly admitted earlier this month to using material in her books without attributing it

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33 Elmwood

Soon after assuming office, University President Lawrence H. Summers moved from Washington, D.C. to his new digs—Elmwood, Harvard’s presidential mansion

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Boston Area Hospitals Put On Alert

Boston-area hospitals are working together and with emergency relief officials to determine what assistance they may provide in the wake

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MIT Mental Health Examined

An interim report from the MIT Mental Health Task Force—created in the wake of six suicides at the university since

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Tufts, NYU Name Harvard Alums New Presidents

Harvard graduates have been chosen to become the next presidents of Tufts and New York universities. The chancellor of MIT,

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Board of Overseers Selects President

Richard E. Oldenburg `54 has been elected President of the Board of Overseers for the 2001-02 school year. The director

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Assault Alleged at Rudenstine Reception

An alumnus of Harvard Law School (HLS) claims he was assaulted by a security officer at a reception for President

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Privacy by Law, With Exceptions

The College's disciplinary proceedings have always been among its most closely guarded secrets. College administrators have always said this is

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Fineberg To Resign as Provost

Harvey V. Fineberg '67 is the third provost in University history, and he may very well be the last. After

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Fineberg to Leave Post July 1

Provost Harvey V. Fineberg '67 announced today that he will resign from his post effective July 1, ending weeks of

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Administrators Meet Summers

Lawrence H. Summers met with high-level University officials for the first time in his capacity as Harvard president-elect yesterday, speaking

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Academic Summers Found Unlikely Success at Treasury Dept.

Last month, when the Democrats of the 107th Congress needed to know how President Bush's proposed tax cut would affect

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Rudenstine Praises Summers

In University President Neil L. Rudenstine's first statement since the news that Lawrence H. Summers is the presidential search committee's

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

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