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Nieman Foundation Announces 12 Fellows

Harvard’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism announced earlier this month the 12 recipients of its prestigious international fellowships, which offer foreign


Menendez To Tackle Perfection in Speech

Like the balance between opposites in the title of her English Oration, “Perfect Imperfection,” Alicia Menendez ’05 strikes one as


Painting a Brighter Community

The phrase “EVERYONE IS PRICELESS,” in all-capitalized letters, graces the murals on Bow Street behind Tommy’s House of Pizza and


Official Says Duty Trumps Religion

Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor declared last Friday at Harvard Law School that he put his public office above his


Students Recruited To Help In Race

Scores of students lined up at the Institute of Politics (IOP) Friday to learn about internships and get involved with


Thai Activist Brings New Perspective to Harvard

Sulak Sivaraksa opens the door to his two-bedroom flat, wearing hand-woven garbs entirely incongruent with the jeans-and-t-shirt population shuffling down


Kirby Picks New Study Abroad Director

More than a year after creating the Office of International Programs (OIP) to expand study abroad opportunities, Dean of the


Harvard Nabs NYU Philosopher

Strengthening a Philosophy department whose ranks have been depleted by departures and the death of one of its leading lights,


Six Students Win Rockefeller Grant

Six graduating seniors had their dreams of world travel fulfilled last week when they were awarded the Michael C. Rockefeller


HMS Rhodes Scholar To Study Education

Second-year Harvard Medical School (HMS) student Amar Dhand is Harvard’s sole Canadian Rhodes winner this year. He plans to use


No Wild Promises From Studious Outsiders

When Jason L. Lurie ’05 spoke out at an Undergraduate Council meeting last month against giving funding to the Harvard-Radcliffe


Weather Leaves Students Out in the Cold

With temperatures dropping to abnormal lows this week, many students have huddled near their heaters and scrambled for their phones.


Radcliffe Employee Dies in Avalanche

Scott Sandberg, an environmentalist who transformed the recycling program at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, died Friday in an


Campaign Urges Energy Efficiency

Saving the world is now easier than ever—you could have started over the Thanksgiving holiday by turning off your computer,


Film Students Plan Voyage to Havana

As most Harvard students count down the days to winter break in the Cambridge cold, a lucky eight will likely

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board