Seth S. Harkness

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Scholars Consider Alternatives for An Interdisciplinary Curriculum

With attention to environmental issues growing in recent years, college campuses nationwide have seen a surge of interest in environmental

Offbeat Classes Useful In Practice

Not many courses at Harvard emphasize the practical over the theoretical, but many professors promise that students will come away

Out of Town to Stop Selling NY Daily News

The owner of Out of Town News and Reading International yesterday agreed to stop selling the New York Daily News,

Ed School Program Seeks To Train New Generation Of Urban School Leaders

Robert Peterkin has a job that may be one of the most difficult in the country. And he is leaving

Taking the Law School to Court

When law students announced last week that they were taking their own school to court, their spirited voices and bold

Students File Complaint With University Police

Three Yale students have filed a complaint with the Harvard Police, charging that an officer used heavy-handed tactics in stopping

The Streak Continues. . .

D AVE MACMILLAN first ushered at the Harvard football games back in 1956, when he was in high school. Thirty-five

After Agreement, Smith Students End `Sleep-In'

A coalition of minority student groups at Smith College called off a week long "sleep-in" yesterday, after administrators promised them

College To Reduce Shuttle Service

Citing budget cutbacks, the College next week will end shuttle bus service to the Radcliffe Quadrangle on weekend afternoons. The

Services Held for Professor

Colleagues, relatives and friends of the late Edwin O. Reischauer gathered for a service at Memorial Church yesterday to honor

Polish Scholar Visits Harvard

Barred from teaching in his native Poland six years ago, Janusz Lewandowski has come to Harvard to learn more of

9/11 Memorial

Boots on the Ground: ROTC at Harvard

Kaledora Kiernan-Linn

The Dropouts

Snow on Plympton

More Snow Looming, College Alters Dining Schedule

Divest Harvard Rally
Central Administration

After 24-Hour Sit-In, Divest Harvard Protesters Leave Mass. Hall