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Nicholas K. Mitrokostas

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Three Awarded 15th Annual Levenson Prize

Many professors and teaching fellows at Harvard must learn how to balance families, academic research and teaching, but their accomplishments

Dx: Summer Anxiety

T he snow has finally melted and spring appears to be in full swing. But with only four more weeks

Inter-Faculty Initiatives Growing

When Neil L. Rudenstine became president of Harvard in the fall of 1991, his first task was to unite a

Fisher Shines in Top English Course

This semester, English 178x: "The 20th Century American Novel" has moved to a larger lecture hall three times--and students are

Faculty Discusses Grade Inflation

The Faculty Council yesterday discussed grading policies and potential solutions to grade inflation, but did not make any concrete decisions

Three Scholars Awarded Tenure

Three scholars, two in psychology and one in earth and planetary sciences, received tenure in the Faculty of Arts and

Seniors Brave Snow to Meet Spring Recruiting Deadline

While the snow piled up yesterday afternoon, Harvard students were crowding into The Office of Career Services (OCS) to turn

Math Wiz Takes Honorable Mention in Contest

Kiran S. Kedlaya '96, a two-time Putnam fellow and resident of Quincy House, was awarded an Honorable Mention by the

CSA Says Senior Can't Run For Post

The Catholic Student Association (CSA) refused to allow Brian E. Malone '96 to run for election to its steering committee

Students Hold Sit-In to Defend HAND

After staging a brief University Hall sit-in, about 35 House and Neighborhood Development (HAND) program members yesterday left the office

Dukakis Speaks on '96 Campaign

Former Massachusetts governor Michael S. Dukakis emphasized the importance of grassroot campaigns to Democratic success in the 1996 elections, speaking

Late Night TV Show Planned

Students who stay awake until dawn may soon be doing so far reasons other than writing papers or studying for

Restaurant Sponsors Dinner

About 100 Harvard and Radcliffe rowers prepared for yesterday's Head of the Charles races by feasting on California Pizza Kitchen

Police Apprehend Alleged Vandals

Harvard University police stopped four men who appeared to be vandalizing Weeks Bridge outside Leverett House at 10:55 p.m. Tuesday,

Politicians Speak on Coming Out

In celebration of National Coming Out Day, Cambridge Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 and City Councillor Katherine L. Triantafillou discussed

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Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

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Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
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Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
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In Search of Lost Time