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Spiked and Dangerous

I spend my days trapped, sometimes for eight or 14 hours at a stretch. My captors twist. They squeeze. My

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I Heart NYC

I spent the first few minutes of my trip home the day before Thanksgiving counting silently on my fingers. 71.

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Libraries Plan Efficient Spending

In the midst of lean financial times, the Harvard College Library will continue to make changes to increase fiscal efficiency,

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Faculty To Grow Beyond Forecast

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences will grow more rapidly than expected, according to Dean of the Faculty William C.

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Vote On Review To Begin In Spring

By LAURA L. KRUG Crimson Staff Writer Voting on specific recommendations of Harvard’s third-ever curricular review will likely begin this

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FAS Diversity Drives Debate

Professors debated the recent decline in tenure offers to women and how best to appoint diverse candidates at the first

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Agassiz Portrait Unveiled at Harvard

There’s a new face in University Hall. She has neither office nor salary. But from her place, flanked by former

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Veteran Dining Hall Worker Dies of Cancer

Maureen T. Haley, a quiet, but popular dining hall checker who logged three decades at Currier House, died Friday morning,

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New Review Roster Unveiled

The final lists of members of the this year’s curricular review committees—who will be responsible for transforming the 57 recommendations

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Committees Will Judge Review Without Vote

The membership of the curricular review’s new committees will be finalized within a week and the committees will spend the

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Review Axes Core Curriculum

Members of the class graduating today are familiar with the situation. They’ve had to forgo that alluring elective—“Psychology and the

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In Memoriam

ARCHIE C. EPPS Archie C. Epps III, who served for 28 years as Harvard’s last dean of students, died on

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Four New Review Groups Announced

Despite professors’ mixed reactions to the curricular review’s interim report, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby outlined at yesterday’s

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Review Committees Criticize Process

As the curricular review report was released, members of the curricular review working groups expressed mixed feelings about the structure

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Gross Lays Out Report Details

The members of the curricular review committees have called for the replacement of the Core curriculum with a distributional requirement,

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