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Carnegie Report Charges Moral Decline in Colleges

A controversial report on unethical activities at colleges and universities released last week by the Carnegie Foundation drew mixed responses

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Nuclear Appointee Draws Criticism From Legislator

The head of a legislative energy committee yesterday criticized the appointment of Richard Wilson, professor of Physics, to a state

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Crimson Thinclads Cage Tigers, 100-63

Unlike the sun, the Harvard men's track and field team managed to shine Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium. Contending with

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Bowdoin Science Prize

Richard H. Elbright '81 won this year's Bowdoin Prize in Natural Sciences for an essay describing a process that could

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Boycott Group Finds Harvard Invests In Company Supplied by J.P. Stevens

The Harvard Corporation owns 152,000 shares in Federated Department Stores (FDS), a holding company that is a major J.P. Stevens

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Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty