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Geoffrey A. Fowler

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Treading the 'Bleeding Edge'

Leverett "Chief" Howard Georgi '68 is on a crusade. In this House master's arsenal: an Olympus Camedia C-2020-Z digital camera,

Harvard's New Dining Halls Work - But Are Workers Happy?

Larry Williams, the union representative in Leverett House dining hall, picked up a phone two weeks ago to talk to

Gender Expert Halley To Join Law School Faculty

Stanford's Janet E. Halley, a scholar known for linking the metaphysics of English poet John Donne and the modern politics

Tweaking the Recipe

Eliot House Dining Hall Manager Eddie Salerno wasn't sure all of his staff would make it across the balance beam

Dining Halls Face Staff Shortage In Boom Times

In faithful search for that friendly enjoy-your-meal smile, Judith R. Della Barba keeps her Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) business

Steamed: Staff Bears Brunt of HDS Changes

Five-minute breaks in ivy-covered courtyards can't make the problems go away for the staff at the Eliot and Kirkland House

Law Professor Dies in Terrorist Bomb Attack

Incoming Harvard Law School Visiting Professor Neelan Tiruchelvam was murdered yesterday, the victim of a suicide bombing in his native

Ed School Professor Criticizes Historic End to Boston Busing

BOSTON--Flanked by a multi-racial contingent of once-opposites in Boston's infamous school desegregation battle, Mayor Thomas M. Menino announced the city's

Lawless Competes in Pageant

Some Harvard students win scholar-ships that come with a plaque. Quincy House resident Laura M. Lawless '00 wins scholarships that

Lawless Competes in State Pageant

Some Harvard students win scholarships that come with a plaque. Quincy House resident Laura M. Lawless '00 wins scholarships that

Diversity Dilemmas

W. E. B. Du Bois, Class of 1890, once said he realized "all the irony" whenever he sang "Fair Harvard."

Rising Tide Lifts Black Job Market, Study Says

Young black men with little education are finding increased success in today's job market, according to a study recently completed

In HDS' festive meals, what are the ingredients of a cultural experience?

M aureen E. Johannessen doesn't get to bring a pool to work every day. But it also isn't every day

Playing With Your Food

Maureen E. Johannessen doesn't get to bring a pool to work every day. But it also isn't every day that

The Miseducation of Cultural Rhythms

Harvard left Saturday's annual Cultural Rhythms show in high spirits, pleased with a $5 well-spent. Indeed, host Will Smith was

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities