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Thernstrom Discusses Race, Politics

Discussing conservative approaches to fighting racial inequality in education, Winthrop Professor of History Stephan Thernstrom addressed a receptive audience last

D.C. Crowns Dean in First Primary Vote

In a nonbinding Democratic primary that was less about the presidential election and more a cry for national attention regarding

New IOP Board Plans Outreach

An unprecedented number of voters turned out for last week’s Institute of Politics (IOP) elections, choosing candidates that plan to

With a Streak of Pranks, Final Club Initiations Begin

Dropping temperatures couldn’t stop final club initiates from raising a ruckus on campus this week, as naked men scurried across

Moseley Braun Draws Less Student Interest

Almost 1,600 clamored for Sen. John F. Kerry. Nearly 1,300 vied for Sen. John D. Edwards. But for U.N. Ambassador

Chrissy Gephardt Stumps for Father's Economic Plan

The daughter of Democratic Presidential candidate Dick Gephardt stumped for her father at the Institute of Politics (IOP) yesterday, discussing

The Presidential Game

Of all those truths self-evident to America’s Founding Fathers, Harvard’s preeminence in presidential politics must have topped the list. Harvard

All Jammed Up

Four years ago, a group of first-years tried out for the Callbacks, Din and Tonics, Krokodiloes, Opportunes, Radcliffe Pitches and

Man Arrested for Attack with Meat Cleaver

A former Harvard maintenance worker was arrested yesterday morning after he allegedly beat a homeless man with a meat cleaver

Greenhouse Cafe Gets a Face-lift

Sporting bright orange booths and stainless steel chairs, a revamped Greenhouse Cafe opened to Science Center patrons yesterday—minus a popular

Jackson Five Enjoys Family, Home at Harvard

As a first-year, when Benjamin T. Jackson ’03 wondered why his parents, Isaiah Jackson ’66 and Helen T. Jackson, had

Latin Lives, and Speaks, For Currier Orator

In Rome, Charles B. Watson ’03 spent a summer working in the Vatican with the secretary who oversees the correspondence

CEO Rejuvenates Procter & Gamble

Two years ago, Alan G. “A.G.” Lafley, a long-time Procter and Gamble Co. executive, received a surprise phone call asking

Professor’s Research Aids Cancer Drug

An anti-cancer drug based on the research of a Harvard professor has passed the clinical trial stage—a major milestone for

PBHA Chooses Executive Director

Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), Harvard’s largest public service organization, announced the appointment of Gene A. Corbin as its new

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