Eric S. Solowey

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Admissions Inquiry Winds Down

The Education Department is on the verge of handing down the results of its two-year investigation into whether Harvard illegally

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Does High School Prepare for Harvard?

Dissatisfied with the high school preparation of some Harvard students, professors are being forced to reconsider the proper role of

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Faculty to Examine Student Preparation

In response to concerns that incoming students have received insufficent academic preparation from their high schools, the Core Committee will

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Congress Modifies Bill On Alcohol at Colleges

Easing its assault on underage drinking on college campuses, the Senate agreed late Thursday night to tone down proposed legislation

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Not Just Hot Air

T HE president and the governors met for only two days at the education summit. Their intention was not to

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Bush, Governors Set Education Priorities

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--The first ever presidential education summit came to an end yesterday, as President Bush and the nation's 50 governors

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HOLLIS Offers New Features

Harvard library employees worked through the summer in a continuing effort to enhance the University's year-old library computer directory system.

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The QRR: Stumbling Toward the Future

It's part of the chaos that hits Harvard every year during orientation. For first-year students who are unpacking their belongings

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Does the QRR Test Enough?

Every senior who marches down the aisles during today's Commencement Exercises has passed the Quantitative Reasoning Requirement (QRR), but Harvard

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Ten-Year Review Focuses on Mechanics, Not Philosophy

From the academic right, left and center, Harvard's Core Curriculum has faced much criticism throughout its 10 years. But within

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'54 Alums Chat About News

"You should tell your friend Oliver North to send arms to the good guys" in Beijing, quipped Boston Globe Publisher

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Students Plan ROTC Protests

Protesting the Undergraduate Council's recommendation that Harvard restore special status for the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), approximately 75 students

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Nunn Plan For Student Aid Draws Criticism

A Congressional bill that would eventually require students to complete at least one year of national or community service in

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Bundy Talks of Need For Arms Reduction

Pressing economic needs and a new understanding about nuclear war will force the U.S. and the Soviet Union to complete

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Strong Rhetoric Belies Modest Changes

After hearing President Bush's repeated assertions during the campaign that he would be the "education president," many educators said they

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Youth Homelessness in the Square
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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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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance