Joan A. Tom

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New Leader Aims to Unite Hillel with Harvard

Newly elected Harvard Hillel president Joshua I. Rosenbloom ’05 said yesterday his goal is to make the Hillel a more

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Regular Walks Combat Osteoporosis, Study Finds

The perfect holiday gift for grandma this year might be a pair of walking shoes. Postmenopausal women who walk regularly

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Screenwriter Speaks at Kirkland House

Creating “the great American screenplay” has replaced the great American novel as the ambition of America’s budding writers, award-winning writer

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Directory Leaves Students Unlisted

A number of students who found their names missing from the online phonebook at the beginning of this academic year

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Computing Club Beats MIT, Wins Major Competition

Roll out the red carpet for the Harvard Computing Contest Club, which bounced back from its sixth-place finish last year

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Student Wins $23K on 'Jeopardy!'

First-year Harvard Law School student George W. Hicks ’99-’00 was knocked out of “Jeopardy!” competition in a show that aired

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Dershowitz Criticizes Canada’s Terrorism Policy

By failing to take a more active stance against terrorism Canada is making a “short-term deal with the devil,” according

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Iraq Petition Gains Steam

An online petition against U.S. invasion of Iraq circulating among American academic circles has kept up the pace of its

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Experts Assess Globe’s Health

A new report that details the state of the nation’s environment will help scientists and politicians understand how to respond

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

Boxes
Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining
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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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College

Unloading the Ad Board