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B-School Joke Turns Into Scare

A well-intentioned joke ended up bringing hordes of police and firefighters to the Business School yesterday afternoon to remove a

CCSR Report Reviews Stock Policy

In its annual report on Harvard's investments, the Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (CCSR) this week formally announced two divestments

Moral Fences do not Make Good Neighbors

W E REMEBER Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal as a bold initiative designed to fight the greatest depression this country

Harvard's ART Wins $750,000

In one of two forthcoming donations, the Harvard-affiliated American Repertory Theater (ART) has received a conditional $750,000 grant from a

Comping Computerization

In recent years, a host of universities ranging from MIT to Stevens Tech in Hoboken, N.J. have jumped boldly into

Div School Professor Named Acting Dean

Professor of Comparative Religion John B. Carman has been named acting dean of the Divinity School. Carman will replace Acting

Comping Computerization

In recent years, a host of universities ranging from MIT to Stevens Tech in Hoboken, N.J. have jumped boldly into

Comping Computerization

In recent years, a host of universities ranging from MIT to Stevens Tech in Hoboken, N.J. have jumped boldly into

University Asks Globe To Clarify Editorial

A recent Boston Globe staff editorial misled readers into thinking that Harvard Police are at odds with the administration, and

Mass. Court Upholds City Nerve Gas Ban

In a major victory for the City of Cambridge, the Massachusetts Supreme Court yesterday upheld the city's ban on the

Getting to No You

T HE MOST OVERUSED word in Washington is "yes." It's getting hard to remember the last morning newspaper which didn't

All The President's Men

Y ou're probably learning more about this University by reading this issue of The Crimson than the average Harvard student

Ross Perot: What to Do With Billions

He has lost more than $1 billion in the period of a month and once carried out a mission to

Peabody Asks Texan To Rent its Artifacts

University officials are hoping to strike a deal with Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot that would allow him to rent

Bok Praises New Revenue Bill As Important for Universities

Boston's new revenue reform package, designed to tax non-residents for use of city resources, is a vital step in maintaining

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Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.