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Nathaniel L. Schwartz

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1,600 Served: The community service commitment of the class of two thousand two.

Every year, the Stride Rite Senior Recognition Awards honor four Harvard seniors who have shown an extraordinary dedication to public

Architect Finalizes Plans For New Mt. Auburn St. Building

The design for a new Harvard-owned building at 90 Mt. Auburn Street moved one step closer to completion last week,

Blighted Tree Saves Dumbarton Garden

It wasn't so much the persistent protest, though that may have played a role. A rotten tree--and its removal--have persuaded

Professor Defends Voucher Study Against Attack

A Harvard professor responded to an New York Times article critical of his study on school vouchers yesterday, writing a

Abestos Removal Poses No Dangers

The signs, still posted in and around various Harvard houses after summer construction, warn ominously of asbestos removal efforts. But

Demakis Pursues Lifelong Passion for Public Service

Paul C. Demakis '75 says he knew he would be a politician long before he went to college. Harvard, the

City Residents Laud Knafel Plans Overhaul

Harvard drastically changed course on its Knafel Center project and proposed a totally redesigned building to the Mid-Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation

Menino Asks Harvard to Rework Dorm Plans

Ask anyone at Harvard and they will say the school's relationship with Boston is better than it has been in

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

Looking For Land

Only three years after the University was criticized by a number of Boston officials and residents for anonymously buying land

Harvard Pledges To Reconsider Knafel Plans

Harvard is rethinking its most recent proposal for the Knafel Center for Government and International Study after a Cambridge city

Stephen A. Schroeder: Should Harvard Spend Not Save

Steven A. Schroeder '60 says that before he went to Harvard he was content with "just getting by." But since

Barbara S. Robinson: Advocating Arts

The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) looks for a group of overseers to bring "long-range perspectives" to the University with expertise

Knafel Center Faces Stubborn City Opposition

Before the Mid-Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Commission (MCNDC) and an entrenched but quiet public opposition, Harvard continued its attempts to

City Debates Knafel Center's Fate at Hearings

Two days of public hearings before the Mid-Cambridge Conservation District Commission (MCDC) began the process that will decide the fate

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Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.