Nicholas A. Nash

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Rudenstine Plans Second Trip To Asia

After Commencement, President Neil L. Rudenstine and his wife Angelica will return to East Asia to complete the second leg

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Rudenstine Will Revisit East Asia After Commencement

After Commencement, President Neil L. Rudenstine and his wife Angelica will return to East Asia to complete the second leg

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Students Get Sneak Preview of 3-D TV

Last night, Harvard students caught a glimpse of the future in Memorial Hall. In a tiny classroom on the second

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Assistant Provost to Leave Harvard

Anne H. Margulies, Harvard's assistant provost and executive director for Information Systems, will leave Harvard by the first week of

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Armstrong Elected President Of Overseers

Harvard's Board of Overseers has elected distinguished lawyer and active alumna Charlotte P. Armstrong '49 as its president for the

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Start-Ups at Cutting Edge of Science Innovations

In the late 1970s, the advent of DNA recombination techniques set the stage for a revolution in pharmaceuticals: the birth

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Harvard's Name 101: A Guide to Usage

Who will make the cut? Under the University's new "use-of-name" policy, faculty, students and staff will have to be more

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Harvard Sells Controversial $350 Million Energy Plant, Takes Loss on Deal

After 20 years, the controversial MATEP saga will soon be over. Harvard has signed an agreement opt sell its Medical

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CLAIMING THE NAME HARVARD

In the three weeks following the announcement of the Harvd name policy, the policy has begun to come into its

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IRC Elects Kottas Model U.N. Secretary-General

Kofi Annan may be the man of the hour, but the Harvard International Relations Council (IRC) has made its own

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University Restricts Use of Name

Provost Harvey V. Fineberg '67 announced sweeping changes in the way Harvard regulates the use of its name. The announcement

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Student Testifies in Clinton Inquiry

Kirkland House resident J. Caroline Self '99 testified before a grand jury in Washington, D.C., yesterday, in the latest round

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Neighbors Oppose Knafel

A group of 40 concerned neighbors met last Tuesday night at the Swedenborg Chapel located at the corner of Quincy

The Harvard Crimson

Handwriting, Lead Slugs Give Way to Computerized Production

For an organization three years older than the telephone, The Crimson has seen its share of technological change. And along

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Starbucks Finds Central Square a Tough Blend

There's a new blend in town, and the locals are restless. On Dec. 2, the Starbucks Coffee Co. opened its

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

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