Joan A. Tom


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


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


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


Directory Leaves Students Unlisted

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


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


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


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


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


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

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out