Matthew W. Granade

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Rudenstine's Vision Unfolds

S ince his earliest days as dean of students at Princeton, Harvard's President Neil L. Rudenstine has been known more

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High Court Will Rule On Merits Of Diversity

Piscataway Schools decided to layoff Sharon Taxman in 1989 instead of her equally-qualified black co-worker. With this single case, the

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Rudenstine's Vision Unfolds

S ince his earliest days as dean of students at Princeton, Harvard's President Neil L. Rudenstine has been known more

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HBS Restricts Harbus Mailing To First-Years

Harvard Business School (HBS) officials refused to send copies of the April 28th issue of The Harbus, the student newspaper,

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Rudenstine's Vision Unfolds

S ince his earliest days as dean of students at Princeton, Harvard's President Neil L. Rudenstine has been known more

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University Misled Allston Residents About New Policy

Harvard officials misled Allston residents at a public meeting in June when they told nearly 175 community members that President

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A Proctor's Role Is Not Always Clear-Cut

T here's an old saying that advising at the top Ivys can be compared to a swimming lesson: at Princeton,

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PBHA Board To Consult Cabinet

The trustees of Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) did not reaffirm the association's tries to Harvard at last night's board

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Loker to Offer New Services in Fall

Harvard Dining Services (HDS) hopes brand-name food and more flexible serving will sell students on Loker Commons and put the

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UPS Strike Threatens Academic Bookstores

When United Parcel Service (UPS) workers went on strike two weeks ago, they intended to impair the shipping company's business;

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Murder Suicide Book Released

Harvard University provided Sinedu Tadesse '96 with inadequate advising and medical support, Melanie Thernstrom '87 alleges in her new book

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Central Square Residents Criticize Proposed Development

Community leaders who oppose a planned development project in Central Square upbraided the Cambridge City Council at a special summer

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Blast Kills One, Downs Power In Cambridge

One man died and four were injured last night during multiple explosions in Kendall Square. The blasts resulted in a

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Van Gogh Painting May Be Forgery

Twenty-three years ago Maurice Wertheim '06 donated a painting of six grungy leather shoes sitting on a dirty canvas backdrop

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Registrar Will Provide Online Grade Access

The 20 Garden Street Office of the Registrar will soon be arriving at dorm rooms across the College courtesy of

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