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Is It Worth It?

T his Wednesday, in its four-part investigation of Harvard University's split identity as both an institution of higher learning and

Beyond Song-and-Dance

D r. Hanan Ashrawi, minister of education in the Palestinian Authority, delivered an impassioned and controversial address on Monday evening

Law School to Grant Carol Steiker Tenure

Assistant Professor of Law Carol S. Steiker '82 has received a tenure appointment, Harvard Law School officials announced yesterday. She

Middlebury Official To Be New HDS Head

Ending a year-long search, the University on Monday named Ted A. Mayer, director of dining services at Middlebury College, to

Senior Helps FBI Nab Suspects In Michigan Kidnapping Case

A Harvard senior's chance encounter on an evangelical mission over spring break led to the FBI's arrest of three suspected

Group Says SAT Biased

Thousands of high-school students across the U.S. will take the Scholastic Assessment Test this morning, but a feminist research group

Truck Kills Woman in Porter Sq.

An 18-wheel truck heading toward Somerville yesterday killed a woman on Somerville Ave. in a hit-and-run accident in the vicinity

Core Lotteries Irk Jilted Seniors

In a tradition seemingly as timeless as Mass. Hall, four Core Curriculum classes are holding enrollment lotteries this semester. But

Weld Thefts Alarm Students

After a recent one-day string of burglaries in Weld Hall, a group of student dorm-crew workers and a first-year proctor

City Celebrates Birthday

Cambridge opened its Sesquicentennial Celebration with a bang Saturday, honoring the 150th anniversary of the city's incorporation with a noisy,

'Harvard' Is More Than A University

HARVARD, Mass.--As America's oldest university, Harvard likes to boast of its uniqueness. After all, there's one and only one Harvard,

City Celebrates Birthday

Cambridge opened its Sesquicentennial Celebration with a bang Saturday, honoring the 150th anniversary of the city's incorporation with a noisy,

'Harvard' Is More Than A University

HARVARD, Mass.--As America's oldest university, Harvard likes to boast of its uniqueness. After all, there's one and only one Harvard,

Marshall Picked for State's High Court

Margaret Hilary Marshall's appointment to Massachusetts' highest court caps the 20-year legal career of a South African native who came

University Wins Contract Suit

The University recently won a breach of contact case against a former Holyoke Center vendor and was awarded nearly $40,000