Robert K. Silverman


Time to Rally

I spent the better part of three years as a reporter for The Crimson covering the Progressive Student Labor Movement


Mock Pageant Held to Criticize Labor Practices

Yesterday's public protest for a living wage, Neil Rudenstine's Christmas in Jail, depicted University President Neil L. Rudenstine as a


Kennedy Victorious, Dems Gain Seats in Senate

BOSTON--Victories by a deceased governor and the current first lady paced the Democratic drive to make significant gains in the


New Harvard Initiatives Will Aid Community

Harvard is poised to undertake a series of major community initiatives in Boston and Cambridge, pledging to commit the financial



The Boston real estate market is hot. First-class universities, cultural institutions and rapidly expanding computer and biotechnology sectors are attracting


Sweatshop Report Paints Bleak Picture

The University released a major report examining worldwide labor conditions in the apparel industry Friday, and the findings are bleak.


Apparel Factory Report Due After Year-Long Probe

Harvard and four other universities will announce the findings of a major joint report on worldwide apparel manufacturing today, said


It Takes Two: Harvard and Cambridge Forget Their Differences and Unite to Build Affordable Housing

Putting aside months of tension, representatives of the University and the city of Cambridge met yesterday to celebrate the purchase


Splintered Partnership: Harvard, City Spar Publicly

Harvard and Cambridge have grown up together. For 364 years, they have shared the same patch of land by the


Stymied By Secrecy

For 13 months, the University did nothing--or at least it appeared that way. Members of the Progressive Student Labor Movement


University Negotiator for Union to Resign

Director of Labor and Employee Relations Kim A. Roberts '78, the lead University negotiator for union contracts and a staff


White House Whiz Kid: Kissinger Serves World But Leaves Harvard Behind

Though it is now more than two decades since Henry A. Kissinger '50 left his job as Richard M. Nixon's


Affleck, Damon Join Campaign for Living Wage

Actors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon blasted Harvard for not paying all its workers a living wage, returning to their


Affleck, Damon Speak at Living Wage Rally

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, Class of 1992, blasted Harvard for not paying its workers a living wage at a


Dope Will Hunting

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, Class of 1992, blasted Harvard for not paying its workers a living wage at a

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

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

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