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People in the News: Jeffrey E. Epstein

Elusive financier Jeffrey E. Epstein donated $30 million this year to Harvard for the founding of a mathematical biology and

Out of Africa

On a cool April evening in 1978, more than 3,500 students took to the streets of Cambridge to protest the

Mogul Donor Gives Harvard More Than Money

Jeffrey E. Epstein’s recent $30 million gift to Harvard was one in a series of donations that the elusive magnate

Dieticians To Offer Advice in Dining Halls

Two registered dieticians will be on hand to dish out nutritional advice to go along with first-years’ buffalo wings as

Tufts Junior, 20, Dies in Fire

A 20-year old Tufts University student died early Saturday morning when a two-alarm fire engulfed the garage apartment in Medford,

Yale Grieves For Four Students Killed in Crash

After a multiple-vehicle accident on Friday claimed the lives of four Yale University students, their schoolmates spent the weekend attending

Harvard Safeguards Against Virus

University Health Services (UHS) and Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) are working together to prevent a large scale outbreak of

Attorney Who Advocated for the Homeless Dies at 31

Trent A. Hankins ’93, an attorney who volunteered countless hours to help Boston’s homeless residents find permanent housing, died Dec.

Houses Raise Money For Holiday Bonuses

Residents of Dunster and Quincy House have come together to spread holiday cheer and show their appreciation to their Houses’

HLS Professor Takes On Legal Aid Policy Before High Court

Beneficial Professor of Law Charles Fried argued before a sharply divided Supreme Court earlier this week that the mechanism used

Maverick Folic Acid Researcher Dies at 75

Dr. Victor D. Herbert, a Harvard Medical School researcher who used himself as a test subject in the early 1960s

Ill Student, Dad Record CD To Ease Medical Costs

Nearly three years after developing a rare, unclassified disease of the autonomic nervous system which has rendered her unable to

Harvard Sponsors BioSecurity Conference

Biosecurity professionals from around the world came together last week for BioSecurity 2002, the first-ever global conference on biosecurity and

With Tainted Turkey, Recalls Hit Harvard

A string of large-scale meat recalls this fall has reached the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), a spokesperson for

Students Laud Chem Course

Midway through the fall semester, both faculty and students are singing the praises of the newest addition to the chemistry