Director of the Office of Human Resources Diane Patrick will officially be leaving Harvard this spring, now that the confirmation
P erhaps the best synthesis of the thoughts and actions of Sarah S. Song '96 can be found in her
The College announced the award of Thomas Temple Hoopes Prizes to 49 seniors and their supervisors for excellence in scholarly
The cast and crew of Harvard-Radcliffe Television's (HRTV) "Ivory Tower" got a visit from another television crew Tuesday. The soap
Two members of the Class of 1993 died on January 13 in an alleged murder-suicide in Los Angeles. According to
Senators should be barred from seeking private campaign funding, and instead be made to share a publicly-controlled electoral fund, Senator
More than 400 friends of Gabriel Piedrahita '96 gathered at a memorial service in his memory at Agassiz Theatre Saturday.
Baird Professor of History Richard Pipes announced last month that he will retire this spring after more than 37 years
Gabriel Piedrahita '96, a 22-year-old Winthrop House resident, died on December 20 in the crash of American Airlines Flight 965
Upon settling down to their reading last month, the students and teaching fellows of Literature and Arts B-10 were startled
Andrew J. Ehrlich '96 will remain at Harvard after his intended lune graduation date to assume the presidency of the
As the Cambridge City Council candidates met last night at their first meeting since Thanksgiving, an air of expectancy hovered
The Cambridge City Council last night narrowly approved a controversial ordinance mandating residency for employees who earn more than $50,000.
While most professors try to teach their students a few tricks of the trade, Persi W. Diaconis has built his
* MATHER HOUSE * Senior Tutor Peckham Takes Two-Month Maternity Leave Mather House Allston Burr Senior Tutor Mary Peckham began