Scott A. Resnick

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Bursting the First-Year Bubble

By Scott A. Resnick For the past year and a half I misled prospective students and their parents about what

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Sass from Senior Gift

Dear Class of 2001 Senior Gift Committee, Thank you so much for your recent note, reminding me that I haven't

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Learning To Toot Its Own Horn

Power on this campus comes from publicity. Just take a look at what used to be a sleepy little group

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Why I Like Jane

I never thought I’d see the day when I would be praising a Republican in print, but here goes: I

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Don't Regulate Unfriendly Skies

Forget campaign finance reform: there's one issue that politicians on both sides of the aisle know will score them big

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Downsize the Tutors

How many tutors is too many tutors? That's the question College officials should be asking as they look for ways

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On Food and Fairness

When Harvard College created a lottery in 1995 to assign students to the upperclass Houses, it sought to end the

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Space Exploration

Harvard needs its space. And University administrators, realizing the space crunch that plagues Harvard's Cambridge campus, are increasingly looking across

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Law School Hosts Bob Barker

Bob Barker, the dean of daytime television, told an enthusiastic crowd of fans last night he is afraid of Samoans

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Taking Flight

Hardly a few days went by this summer without some media mention of the commercial airline industry and what shambles

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Report Finds Mental Health Services Lacking

Mental health services at Harvard are understaffed and inefficiently coordinated--though improving--according to a report to be released today by a

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Ringing Off the Hook

One in four Americans now has a cellular telephone--and college students both at Harvard and other schools are helping push

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Full ADA Compliance Still Elusive

On his first day at Harvard, William J. Booker '01 couldn't get into Annenberg Hall. Booker, who has been using

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First-Years Casualties In Pfoho-Adams War

Adams and Pforzheimer Houses settled their six-day "war" Sunday afternoon, but not before a prank masterminded by the Quadling troops

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Spirit Unleashed As House War Ends

They're calling it the "almost-but-not-quite Six Day War." What began more than a week ago as a late-night notion thought

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Art House

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