It's about 10:30 p.m. on a Thursday night, and the phone is ringing inside 389 Harvard St. Dan G. Appel
The Crimson is a soapbox for all University affiliates--real and, on one occasion, imaginary. An "Ulf Fuerloin" was quoted in
A smattering of physics students defied scientific law last winter. They created a professor out of thin air--in a prank
Giving his audience a history lesson on racism in America, former New York City Mayor David N. Dinkins encouraged a
Nelson Mandela has said "no" to Harvard before. For years since Mandela's release from prison and ascendence to the South
About 200 student leaders and University administrators attended a University Hall reception welcoming United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan yesterday afternoon.
Weld Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry James G. Anderson, chair of the department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, announced major changes
I had spaghetti for lunch. And a hamburger for dinner. We passed by a Bob's Big Boy on the way
A day after the First Lady addressed the graduates of the Harvard Medical School, President Bill Clinton spoke of "the
S ince the beginning of time--or at least since 1879--the relationship between Harvard University and Radcliffe College has been in
While the University generally covets large donations with no destinations attached, Harvard's donors put their money where their hearts were
I t may not have been Bloody Sunday, but Radcliffe College has seen better Easters. In mid-April, The Boston Globe
T he game of chance was supposed to end with Harvard's letter of admission. But for students coping with personal
Twenty-five years after he left Cambridge in cap and gown, Vice President for Government, Community and Public Affairs James H.
When Lucia, daughter of James H. Rowe III '73, asked Dad what he did for a living, Rowe replied, "I'm