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The Word From Harvard: No Charge!

Harvard doesn't take American Express. And it doesn't take Visa or Mastercard either when it comes to tuition payments. Indeed,

Credit Troubles Burden Students

Rodney M. Glasgow '01 doesn't lie when he applies for credit cards. He always lists his annual income as about

Prof. Kiely Undergoes Bypass Surgery

Popular English Professor and former Adams House Master Robert J. Kiely '60 underwent unexpected heart bypass surgery Friday to correct

Adams Dining Hall Bids Goodbye to the Gong

Gone is the gong. Now, instead of Adams House students sounding a gong to expose diners from other Houses, stickers

Blocking Group Size Angers Few

One week after the College announced it would reduce the maximum size of blocking groups from 16 to eight, student

A Worthy Investment: Wall Street in Harvard Square

Beardstown Ladies beware--the Harvard Investment Association (HIA) wants to help you make money. With resumes that read like a who's

River Dining Halls Go Upper Class

As TV chef Emeril Lagasse would say, "Bam!" Eliot and Kirkland residents returning this fall found dining hall service areas

Crowded Houses Leave Out Visiting Students

Their e-mail accounts have been activated and they've registered for classes, but a small group of visiting students still lacks

After Eight Yeras, Eliot Masters to Depart

Eight years after the first slice of Kristine L. Forsgard's cheesecake found fame in Eliot House, she and Co-Master Stephen

Blocking Group Size Slashed in Half to Eight

Hoping to improve student involvement in House life, the College will halve the maximum size of blocking groups to eight

Putting Harvard on the Map

When Nashville lawyer V. Michael Fox advertises on late-night television he makes it clear he's been to Harvard. The Nashville

City Year Founders Put Harvard to Good Use

Michael H. Brown '83-'84 jokes that he and Alan A. Khazei '83 were roommates from the morning they moved into

The First Time is Always Special

It was on my second day at work that I took my first taxi in Washington D.C. For all practical

The First Time is Special

It was on my second day at work that I took my first taxi in Washington D.C. For all practical

The Prestige Chase

T hey don't use four-color click pens, but listening to the myths at the Harvard Law School (HLS) suggests law