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Jennifer L. Mnookin

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Give a Hoot

U NDERGRADUATE COUNCIL Chairman Richard S. Eisert '88 showed poor judgment by joining the Owl Club, one of the all-male

Taking Refuge in Cambridge

At Centro Presente, a support agency for Boston-area Central American refugees, an E1 Salvadoran explains his predicament to Jennifer Gordon

Visiting Scholar Creates a Passage to India

You've read "A Passage to India" and "The Jewel in the Crown." You've seen the movie "Gandhi" twice. You have

A New Twist to An Old Cone

First there were mix-ins. Then came oreo ice cream. Waffle cones hit the ice cream scene next, and they were

Bailey Goes to Broadway

You're writing a play about Cicero and ancient Rome. You want to make it historically accurate, but you hardly know

Modeling His Way to the Top

One year ago, Professor of Government Kenneth A. Shepsle was in the middle of the country, choosing between coasts. Then

Darn, Fresh Out of Penicillin

Harvard's efforts to help developing countries improve their medical facilities may at times worsen the country's health problems, Professor of

Bok, Nieman Foundation Appeal for Journalist's Release

President Derek C. Bok and the Nieman Foundation independently sent telegrams to Soviet officials this week, in an effort to

Overworked and Misdirected

Mixing personal and affectionate reminiscences and lively criticism, three professors yesterday compared the Harvard University of 50 years ago to

Let's Talk

The United States should negotiate with the Soviet Union in good faith even if it is coercive or has lied

All of Cambridge Is Not Celebrating; Harvard Policies Draw Local Protest

More than 200 alumni, students, and community activists gathered on the Cambridge Common last night to protest Harvard's investments in

The Man, The Myth, The Legend

While all eyes are on John Harvard and the school that his legacy begot, Dr. Robert Harvard Davis will miss

Film is not Steve, Film is not Joe, Film is Art

Film critics, filmmakers and a philosopher agreed Thursday that films, even Hollywood melodramas, are most certainly a form of art.

Married to Their Careers

As a rule, Harvard professors with tenure do not accept appointments from other universities. Generally speaking, no incentives could persuade

Skocpol's Return Draws Mixed Response

When former assistant professor of sociology Theda R. Skocpol decided to accept a tenure offer from Harvard last December, it

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Harvard-Yale 2014

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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads