President Mary Robinson of Ireland yesterday called for an increased international sense of connectedness, caring and participation in a speech
In 1914, Harvard did not even have an engineering department of its own. Instead, it shared a program with MIT.
Justin M. Levitt '95 came to Harvard intending to major in engineering. But halfway through his first year, he changed
Students packing their belongings expressed frustration yesterday about a number of new rules which have tightened up the storage process.
Folklore and Mythology chair Stephen A. Mitchell says that the courses he offers on witchcraft have strong ties to both
When Harvard senior Merrill Kaplan's parents are asked about their daughter's major, they have a standard answer. "She's a pre-med,"
Ending a 15-year stay at 74 Mt. Auburn, members and friends of the Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel carried their Torahs a block
The Senior Gift Committee has started a second round of campaigning to collect money from the Class of '94 in
The amount of opposition to gays and lesbians in the United States is often overestimated, Rep. Barney Frank '61 (D-Mass),
The Bisexual Gay and Lesbian Students Association (BGLSA) and the Civil Liberties Union of Harvard are joining forces this week
Roxanne C. Abder '95 is setting her alarm for 6:42 a.m. these days. That's three minutes before the jack hammers
Two juniors have proposed more contact with chemistry professors and changes in the department's advising system in a letter delivered
Sophomores entering Mather House next year will likely be assigned more favorable rooming configurations because of a new housing lottery
Representatives from undergraduate house committees are asking the University to implement a method for evaluating members of the Beverage Authority