Peter C. Krause

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UHS Head to Leave Top-Spot

The director of Harvard University Health Services (UHS) will step down from the post in June 1989 after taking the

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New Transfers Not Assured House Spots

In a move that breaks with past policy, the University said yesterday it cannot guarantee new transfer students any on-campus

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AIDS Researcher Wins Award

A leading AIDS researcher at the School of Public Health yesterday was named a recipient of one of the most

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Harvard Police May Strike for Contract

As thousands of alumni and dignitaries convened for the University's 350th celebration two weeks ago, Harvard's in-house policemen's union embarked

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Alumni Heading Home As 350th Winds Down

Echoing the words of Harvard President James Bryant Conant '13 in 1936, President Derek C. Bok yesterday adjourned an anniversary

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Phew! That Was Good

Society cannot be organized under one narrow conception of "the good," argued two of world's mostreknown philosophers yesterday, reaching similar

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Physicist Dyson Honors Phi Beta Kappa Winners

After their traditional march through Harvard Yard, the seniors graduating Phi Beta Kappa assembled in Sanders Theater yesterday morning for

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Fighting the AIDS Virus at Harvard

High above the street, in Massachusetts General Hospital's Grey Building, behind steel double-doors and space-age airlocks, scientists are busily searching

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Baby Peanuts

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown Book and Lyrics by Cahrles Schultz Directed by Henry Biggs At Winthrop House JCR

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The Urban Health Project

Two years ago, three first-year Harvard medical students--all enrolled in the same course in community medicine--decided to apply their rapidly

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Making Medicine Mean More: HMS Meets the Real World

"If you really want to get good training in Primary Care, go to a state school," says second-year Harvard medical

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Practicing Politics

T HE NAME OF the game is changing faster than you can say "ahhh," and no mean tongue depressor is

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High Malpractice Costs Keep Young Docs Away

The high cost of malpractice insurance and billing restrictions in Massachusetts are causing increasing numbers of young doctors to leave

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Remember What Mother Told You: Keep Away From House

House Directed by Steve Miner At the USA Beacon Hill I T'S BEEN A long day and you're ready to

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12 Early Classes Violate Rule

Few students enjoy waking up early for morning classes, but a small fraction of the student body may have a

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Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance