Melissa R. Brewster

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How to Become a Harvard Boy

Shaun Rein (GSAS ’02) would have hated Harvard as an undergraduate. But that doesn’t stop him from trying to help

For The Moment

Headhunting with Benicio del Toro

Juan M. Silva ’88 and Academy Award-winning actor Benicio Del Toro collected iguanas and South American alligators while growing up

In The Meantime

Warm Reception

Last Saturday face-painted Crimson fans rushed the field in Harvard Stadium to congratulate their undefeated football team. For a moment,

Urban Planning Course Approved as New Core Curriculum Offering

The Standing Committee on the Core approved one new Core class and two departmental classes to be taken for Core

FAS Expands Core Offering

The Core Committee approved five courses to count for Core credit, one class to be cross-listed, and three departmental classes

Construction To Begin on Grad Dorm

The Harvard Planning and Real Estate Office (HPRE) has taken a major step toward alleviating the problem of graduate student

Core Comittee Approves New Courses

The Core Committee approved two new courses for the Core program at a recent meeting, and also approved one course

Despite Promises, Core Remains Sparse

We've heard it time and again--a constant gripe with the Core Curriculum is that there are not enough choices within

Harvard Students Flock to Datamatch

The results of Datamatch, Harvard's online matchmaking service, were e-mailed to 2,195 students early yesterday morning, although most did not

Students Go Digital In Valentine Date Search

One quarter of the student body is looking for love--or just fooling around. As of last night, more than 1500

Shorenstein Center Names Spring Fellows

The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy will introduce its spring fellows and visiting lecturers on

Punches? What Punches?

Final club initiations, like falling leaves or Undergraduate Council election fliers, are one of the harbingers of winter at Harvard.

New Group Will Advise Budding Entrepreneurs

Thanks to the Harvard Entrepreneurial Action Team (HEAT), students hoping to start a company, work at a start-up or develop

Illinois Gov. Explains Stance Against Death Penalty

In a speech last night in Langdell Library, Republican Gov. George Ryan of Illinois described how he became a "convert"

Seniors Recognized For Exceptional Computer Science Knowledge

A prestigious computer science organization has honored two Harvard undergraduates, calling attention to their potential as academic researchers Russell S.