Writer

Nicholas F. Josefowitz

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The Real Hot War

On our second day at Harvard, we woke up to what most of us had only known as an abstract

The Unknown Plague

A SUPERMARKET NEAR YOU—Before Moses sent a plague that killed all the first-borns in the land of Egypt, he sent

Farms Fall Apart

EUROPE—There is an old African saying, that when two elephants fight it is the grass that gets hurt. When two

21st Century Chastity Belt

President George W. Bush doesn’t do sex. Before marriages, that is. In its most recent budget proposal, the administration has

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Make Dining Smoke-Free

LONDON—On Monday, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg continued his support for non-smoker’s rights by proposing legislation that would ban

Goldman Co-Chair Rouses HBS Grads

John C. Whitehead, former co-chair of Goldman Sachs and a deputy secretary of state for Ronald Reagan, began his Harvard

From Goldman Sachs To Ground Zero: A Life Spent Uniting Business and Public Service

When John C. Whitehead was asked to run the government body charged with redeveloping the area surrounding the World Trade

Personable Ballmer Leads College Extracurriculars, Microsoft

Steve Ballmer ’77 is built like a linebacker yet possesses a shrill, energetic voice and can whip a football team

College Friends Remember Gates’ Genius, Poker Playing

Bill Gates `77 is internationally recognized as a brilliant entrepreneur who created the world’s most powerful technology company and amassed

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Ending Athletic Preference

Harvard prides itself in excelling in everything it does. Yet there is a group of students from whom Harvard asks

Letters

Bite The Bullet

A bill currently being proposed in the California legislature by state Sen. Don Perata would lead to a referendum in

M. Heavyweights Overcomes Penn, Navy to Win Adams Cup

For the fifth time in six years and for the third time in a row, the Harvard men’s heavyweight crew

Graduate Schools Consider Space Needs

The Physical Planning Committee has presented, among other options, a proposal to develop Allston into a professional school campus to

Athlete of the Week: M. Nicole Corriero

After losing three players to the US and Canadian Olympic squads, most people expected that this would be a rebuilding

Holden Choirs Singing the Blues

When Constance DeFotis was reappointed by the College to co-conduct the Holden Choirs last semester, she wrote in an e-mail

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads