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T he lanky 6'6" Frank A. Pasquale III '96 muses over his "portly" stature in sixth grade, when during a

From Drab Cambridge To Lovely Cancun

Hot Friday afternoon last March. Cancun airport. Long lines. Large football players in long lines. My friend and I were

Day Two: Carnesale Attends Ivy Meeting

On his first full day as acting president of Harvard, Provost Albert Carnesale assumed the duties of Neil I. Rudenstine

Couple Donates Record $13 M To Law School

Harvard Law School has received the largest cash gift ever given to a law school, a $13 million donation made

Proctor Named Finance Vice President

This summer, after New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani had pushed his austere budget through the city council, he might

Globe Intern Faces Investigation For Use of False ID in Project

When Michael R. Colton '97 accepted a prestigious internship at the Boston Globe this summer, he didn't expect it to

State's New ID Policy Irks Students, Vendors

For many 21-year-olds in Massachusetts, the phrase "Are you legal?" may soon be a sticky question again. Under a recently-passed

Is John H. McArthur the Most Powerful Man at Harvard?

The dean of the Business School, like everyone who had attended the meeting, was disappointed. Harvard's five teaching hospitals were

B-School Moves to Revamp MBA Program

Last fall, Dean of the Business School John H. McArthur went to the Yale School of Organization and Management to

Carnesale Named Provost

Dean of the Kennedy School of Government Albert Carnesale will replace Jerry R. Green as provost effective July 1, President

Can Corporatin Members Serve Multiple Master?

Robert G. Stone Jr. '45 is a very busy-- and very wealthy--man. His Harvard responsibilities alone would be daunting for

Overseers Pick New Leader

The Board of Overseers unanimously elected this week as its president the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, the former president of

April Vote to Decide Honor Code at HBS

Harvard Business School students will vote next month on the school's first-ever honor code, a draft of which was released

Biology Depts. Will Combine

In a move designed to consolidate departments with shared intellectual interests, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology will merge with Cellular and

Work First, Study Later

The Harvard Business School may be trying to forge a new path by admitting more students right out of college.