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Barbara E. Martinez

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Class Marshal Krebs Enthusiastic, Ubiquitous

It's not hard to spot Justin M. Krebs '00. This morning's undergraduate English orator can be found in the Mather

SPH's Carrington Urges Graduates to 'Defend the Defenseless'

Dr. Arese Carrington, the School of Public Health (SPH) student who speaks this morning as the graduate English orator, will

Tackling the Post-Harvard Stack

My classmates and I have spent our last few weeks at Harvard preparing for life as alumni. Along with the

A Multifaith Choir Finds Home in Church

Harvard ended compulsory morning chapel in the late 19th century. But more than 100 years later those chapel services continue,

Mondrian Painting Finds Home at Harvard Museum

Harvard's art community has a world-class collection of central European art, Pulitzer Professor of Modern Art Yves-Alain Bois, who is

Barbara Shop Quartet: Crimson Needs to Get Back to the Basics

WORCESTER--With 4:36 left in the first half of the Harvard women's basketball game against La Salle Saturday night, freshman guard

A Missed Moment for Many

My heart goes out to the Cornish people. It's been a tough summer in that sublime resort area at the

POSTCARD FROM LONDON: A Missed Moment for Many

My heart goes out to the Cornish people. It's been a tough summer in that sublime resort area at the

Three Harvard Students to Receive Bonus for Teaching

The most recent Massachusetts teacher certification tests showed dismal results--43 percent of first-time test takers failed to pass the test,

Blake Gets Top Seed at NCAAs

With the best of American professional tennis currently battling in the French Open, Harvard sophomore James Blake may be the

Precious Properties

The line sometimes starts forming as early as 3 a.m. But these people are not waiting to buy tickets to

Fire on Mass. Ave. Blocks Traffic

Trucks responding to a fire at 3 Bow St. stopped traffic on Mass. Ave. for about two hours Saturday evening.

HUCTW To Select New President Contested Race

As the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) elects its new officers and executive board today, only one

Chinese Director to Speak After Harvard Preview of New Film.

This week the Harvard Film Archive pays tribute to Chinese director Xiaowen Zhou, who has come to Harvard to speak

HSA Reexamines Corporate Structure, Focus of Agencies

Later this month, Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), the largest student-run corporation in the world, will learn the results of a

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