Charles G. Kels
President Neil L. Rudenstine's decision last month to deny tenure to Associate Professor of Government Bonnie Honig has angered academics
This coming semester, a committee of Faculty members will examine the language requirement at the College with an eye toward
The Faculty voted yesterday to make grades in elective courses count toward summa cum laude degrees, despite concerns voiced by
Williams College men found a mysterious letter in their mailboxes Wednesday, a letter similar to one sent to male Harvard
A dam S. Hickey '99 felt like a traitor. Hickey, who transferred to Harvard last fall, knew his days at
The Cambridge police investigation into Friday night's stabbing east of the Square on Mass. Ave. continued yesterday, but police remained
Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Lamelle D. Rawlins '99 says her complex proposal to revamp the council's budget priorities--now being circulated
It may have been cold outside, but inside Blodgett Pool last night things were just heating up. The Harvard women's
An ambulance and a group of Harvard University Police officers descended on the sixth semiannual Leverett House 80s Dance on
With only five days left until the Nov. 5 election, the Institure of Politics was buzzing with predictions yesterday. Political
Less than one week after heavy rains caused severe flooding across campus, students and house superintendents said yesterday the Harvard
Merle E. and Regina M. Banaszak left Cambridge dismayed last month, the victims of a camera theft. But David D.
Students and visitors expecting a wild weekend for the Head of the Charles Regatta will instead encounter tight security. The
Boating in the Charles River may become a little safer if the town of Milford obeys an Environmental Protection Agency
Anthony A. Perrault '97 says he thinks a Harvard education is grounded almost exclusively in theory, rather than pre-professional courses.