I spend my days trapped, sometimes for eight or 14 hours at a stretch. My captors twist. They squeeze. My
I spent the first few minutes of my trip home the day before Thanksgiving counting silently on my fingers. 71.
In the midst of lean financial times, the Harvard College Library will continue to make changes to increase fiscal efficiency,
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences will grow more rapidly than expected, according to Dean of the Faculty William C.
By LAURA L. KRUG Crimson Staff Writer Voting on specific recommendations of Harvard’s third-ever curricular review will likely begin this
Professors debated the recent decline in tenure offers to women and how best to appoint diverse candidates at the first
There’s a new face in University Hall. She has neither office nor salary. But from her place, flanked by former
Maureen T. Haley, a quiet, but popular dining hall checker who logged three decades at Currier House, died Friday morning,
The final lists of members of the this year’s curricular review committees—who will be responsible for transforming the 57 recommendations
The membership of the curricular review’s new committees will be finalized within a week and the committees will spend the
Members of the class graduating today are familiar with the situation. They’ve had to forgo that alluring elective—“Psychology and the
ARCHIE C. EPPS Archie C. Epps III, who served for 28 years as Harvard’s last dean of students, died on
Despite professors’ mixed reactions to the curricular review’s interim report, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby outlined at yesterday’s
As the curricular review report was released, members of the curricular review working groups expressed mixed feelings about the structure
The members of the curricular review committees have called for the replacement of the Core curriculum with a distributional requirement,