H is advisers warned him against visiting Harvard, but Chinese President Jiang Zemin insisted on speaking at the nation's oldest
L eslie A. Munoz '02 was hooked on Harvard. But Byerly Hall needed an extra $2,000 to reel her in.
T wo months ago, an economics professor named Robert J. Barro almost left Harvard for Columbia and $300,000 a year--supposedly
Within the ivy-covered red brick walls of Byerly Hall dwells the admissions and financial aid offices of the Faculty of
A pair of high-profile Chinese dissidents--officially released from prison for medical reasons--passed through Harvard this year to share their experiences
It's perfectly ordinary and nearly expected for a family man to carry on the family business. But in the family
Chinese dissident Wei Jingsheng pleaded for unity among supporters of China's overseas democracy movement in a half-hour long speech at
Wang Dan, the recently-released Chinese dissident and student leader of the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations, visited America's oldest university yesterday,
In a classroom filled with a steady, affirmative murmur of "mmm-hmm's" punctuated by the occasional shout of "You go, girlfriend!"
Elizabeth Dole, president of the American Red Cross and wife of 1996 Republican presidential candidate Robert J. Dole, will give
Ask Bernice, a mother of three who immigrated from Costa Rica six years ago, how she plans to celebrate Christmas
College, for many students, is a place to discover one's voice and to explore new realms of expressing oneself. Some
Confronted with complaints from students, the Undergraduate Council is investigating a number of problems with its holiday shuttle services to
To escape the hustle and bustle at the corner of Mass. Ave. and JFK St., simply walk through the polished,
Cardinal Bernard F. Law '53 of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston has apologized on behalf of the Church to