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Vasugi V. Ganeshananthan

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Listening to Zayed

I have met the enemy, and it is not Zayed Yasin. The enemy came my way probably the same way

Focus

Listening to Zayed

I have met the enemy, and it is not Zayed Yasin. The enemy came my way probably the same way

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Image is in the Eye

University President Lawrence H. Summers is an attention-getter. Unfortunately, one year after his arrival, it seems that it’s mostly for

Scrutiny

The Comfort Zone

On the weekend of April 5-7, The Crimson took a poll of 408 students. Among other questions, the survey asked,

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Summers, Pick a Concentration

As he nears the end of his first year in office, University President Lawrence H. Summers has yet to really

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Goodbye Pug, Hello Bob

This past weekend, the Harvard Corporation waved goodbye to its youngest member, Herbert S. “Pug” Winokur ’64-’65, of Enron notoriety.

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Summersfest 2002

Thanks to the Office of the President and Undergraduate Council President Sujean S. Lee ’03, this year’s Springfest—instead of just

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Punishment Validates Protest

Last week, University President Lawrence H. Summers created a bit of a stir by announcing the addition of an “interpretation”

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Mutual Benefits

Meet Lawrence H. Summers’ new buddy: Sujean S. Lee ’03. The two most beleaguered leaders on campus are scratching each

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Guilty Pleasures

You want a Harvard soap opera? You can finally change the channel from Fletcher University Professor Cornel R. West ’74.

POSTCARD FROM WASHINGTON: Where To Watch

WASHINGTON—You have a creative thesis. You ride the Metro to work in Washington, D.C. These are not incompatible facts. You

Katharine Graham, 1917-2001

“You know, Howard, a decade ago, I was the only woman head of a Fortune 500 company. Now, a decade

Toni Morrison Offers Four Steps to Writing.

“When did I feel like I was a writer? Somebody told me. On my income tax, I didn’t write ‘writer.’”

Discreet and Reserved: Corporation Secretary Goodheart Stays out of the Limelight

Marc L. Goodheart '81 doesn't want you to know who he is. The door to his second floor Mass. Hall

Mock Pageant Held to Criticize Labor Practices

Yesterday's public protest for a living wage, Neil Rudenstine's Christmas in Jail, depicted University President Neil L. Rudenstine as a

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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads