Controversy Surrounding the Kennedy School of Government's Widely-Publicized 'Grand Bargain' Plan for Soviet Economic Reform Rages On In the Wake
HELLO, RUDY TUESDAY On July 1, shortly before noon, Neil L. Rudenstine showed up for the first day of work
President Neil L. Rudenstine has been a busy man since he took office July 1. He has had people to
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President-designate Neil L. Rudenstine is hitting the ground running. Since he was named Harvard's 26th president late last March, Rudenstine
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You might expect an outgoing university president to take a little time out to savor his remaining days in office.
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But ending the fray is as much about staying out of the fray, explained one top Harvard official recently. If
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Does this man know something we don't know? Probably. But does he know who the next president of Harvard will
As the airplane landed in Papeete, a middle-aged man sitting across the aisle leaned over to offer some unsolicited advice.