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Pillar of Radcliffe, Bunting-Smith, Dies

Harvard administrators are mourning the loss of Mary I. Bunting-Smith, who used the University as a platform to revolutionize the

Harbury Speaks About Husband, Guatemala

Harvard Law School graduate Jennifer K. Harbury spoke at the University for the first time Monday about her campaign to

Harbury Writes Expose

A Harvard Law School graduate whose husband, a Guatemalan guerrilla leader, was abducted in March 1992 has published a book

Professor Finds Beauty In Violins and Viruses

Mark S. Ptashne is the Renaissance man of Harvard's molecular and cellular biology department. In addition to being one of

Buildings Evacuated

Two fire trucks and a rescue unit responded at 8:45 last night to a telephone call reporting smoke at 1780

Harvard-Area Banks Are Squaring Off in the Race for Your Business

Free checking and ATM usage with no monthly service fee or minimum balance are the main factors students say they

HLS Benefactor's Portrait Unveiled

Law School administrators last week helped unveil a new portrait honoring the late Reginald F. Lewis, CEO of TLC Beatrice

Chick-fil-A Will Occupy Science Center Cafeteria

Students without a taste for dining hall food will soon be able to indulge in Chick-fil-A sandwiches and College Pump

Undergrads Perform For Hollywood Alums

While many students struggled to sit through their end-of-year classes last Thursday, seven undergraduates entertained big-shot Hollywood alumni and munched

Clinton Orders Probe Of Guatemalan Murder

Last Friday, President Clinton launched an investigation into the role employees of the central Intelligence Agency (CIA) played in the

Graduate's Search Is Ended

Harvard Law School graduate Jennifer K. Harbury's three-year struggle to locate her missing husband, Guatemalan guerrilla leader Enfrain "Everado" Velasquez,

POSING FOR POSTURE

A s an American soldier in World War II Irving W. Knight '48 had bigger worries than modesty about his

Roberts to Join K-School Faculty

Barbara Roberts, the first woman governor of Oregon, has been named the new director of the Kennedy School's state and

Jewett Will Decide Fate of Bible Study

The Committee on College Life (COCL) reached an impasse yesterday on the controversial proposal to grant University recognition to Christians

Group Encourages Boycott of Mitsubishi

Citing the firm's alleged destruction of the world's diminishing rainforests, the Environmental Action Committee (EAC) passed a resolution last night