Most Harvard students consider their lives full--if not bursting--if they find time for classes, extracurriculars and maybe a social life.
The Institute of Politics (IOP) announced its six spring 1997 fellows Monday, a group that includes the national director of
Although most students look forward to leaving Harvard behind for winter break, many will end up taking a little piece
When Harvard students need to unwind, they now have an alternative to Tommy's, Loker and the Grille. Increasingly, students looking
* INSTITUTE OF POLITICS * SAC Voter Registration Drive Concludes Today at K-School The Institute of Politics will conclude its
Investment returns on the University's $8.6 billion endowment last year were the highest ever, according to the sixth annual letter
In what pundits are calling the closest, most hard-fought Democratic primary race in Massachusetts, Cambridge voters today will nominate either
The time for talk is over. After years of planning, discussion and much conflict, the experiment of randomization is about
Discord among Cambridge neighborhood organizations may jeopardize a June agreement between Harvard and the Cambridge City Council over the fate
President Neil L. Rudenstine defended the record-high pay of Harvard Management Company (HMC)'s top-compensated employees this week, after HMC came
A week after administrators changed Thayer Hall's locks to keep out all non-residents, students in the dorm report no more
Twenty-five political leaders from Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain attended a workshop at the Kennedy School
The Massachusetts senatorial race went high-tech--and highbrow--yesterday afternoon when candidates William F. Weld '66 and John F. Kerry spoke about
A spree of vandalism fouled Thayer Hall last week, outraging residents and prompting a strong response from Assistant Dean of
W e like to have fun. What can I say? It's a fun building to be in," says Elizabeth L.