As a high school quarterback in Las Vegas, Jay A. Snowden '98 was recruited by coaches from the University of
Head Coach of Football Timothy L. Murphy's arrival at Harvard in December 1993 was widely heralded as the dawn of
After nearly 100 years of housing Harvard athletics programs, Carey Cage is slated for demolition in the next few weeks.
In the wake of Tuesday's rally for student aid in Boston, President Neil L. Rudenstine urged students yesterday to lobby
Few schools have successfully developed retirement plans on which Harvard might use as a blueprint from which to plan its
Few jobs promise a lifetime term: a seat on the Supreme Court, the papal office and membership on the Harvard
After only two weeks on the job, new Dean of the Business School Kim B. Clark '74 has already started
Yasser Arafat, president of the Palestinian National Authority [PNA], is scheduled to speak at the Kennedy School of Government next
AS MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERISTY'S HIGHEST governing board filed into the Loeb House Cabot Room for their first meeting of
Tickets for the "Fifth First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony," a spoof of the Nobel Prize Awards, go on sale
Harvard may be number one in the academic polls, but when it comes to university presidents' salaries, President Neil L.
Showing average performance, the University's endowment returned 16.8 percent for the fiscal year 1995 and rose to more than $7
Students arriving at Biology 10 on Monday expecting to learn about invertebrate biology were met at the door by Professor
At the start of a new academic year in Cambridge, President Nell L. Rudenstine continues to focus much of his
I f you visit almost any collegiate campus on an autumn Sunday afternoon, the sights and sounds are strikingly similar.