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Harvard Recruits Nigerian Students

On Oct. 1, 1960, Nigeria formally severed with the British Empire following 160 years of colonial rule, and soon thereafter ...

Alumni

(Maybe) The Oldest Alum on Campus

Born on Dec. 17, 1917 in a small factory town in upper New York, Solvay, Frederick R. Witherby '40 is probably the oldest Harvard alum coming to this year's reunions.

Alumni

Alumni Reflect on College Years

Alumni from the Classes of 1945, 1950, and 1960 have convened on campus to reminisce and reunite over lectures, meals, and entertainment.

50th Reunion Concert
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50th Reunion Concert

Barbara Hohenberg '60 and Gary Pildner '60 perform songs for their classmates in Quincy dining hall as part of the Class of 1960 reunion events.

Alumni

Some Famous Faces to Watch For This Week

You might see these famous faces on campus during Commencement 2010.

Alumni

Harvard in 1945

Over the next few days, we'll be pulling snippets from The Crimson archives to commemorate the coming class reunions. You'll see selections from the graduation year of each class celebrating a reunion next week. Their representation might be weak next weekend, but the class of 1945 is still celebrating its 65th reunion this year.

Alumni

Blumenthal Didn't Fight in Vietnam (But He Did Go to Harvard)

“We have learned something important since the days that I served in Vietnam, and you exemplify it," said Connecticut Attorney General Richard D. Blumenthal '67, a former Crimson Editorial Chairman, in a speech delivered to veterans and senior citizens in March 2008. The Norwalk, Connecticut audience did not immediately react to Blumenthal's assertions concerning Vietnam, but as the New York Times reports, "there was one problem: Mr. Blumenthal, a Democrat now running for the United States Senate, never served in Vietnam."

On Campus

In Case You Missed It...

Check out this video of The Crimson's exclusive interview with Bill Gates!

Harvard in the World

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Class Clowns
Student Groups

Today in Photos (04/22/2010)

Central Administration

Harvard Corporation Fills Opening

Former Harvard Overseer and Boston-based intellectual property lawyer William F. Lee ’72 has been selected to serve on the Harvard Corporation and said yesterday that he plans to continue the University’s highest governing body’s efforts to increase its transparency.

Alumni

Alum to Run Over 100 Miles For a Good Cause

When most people think “marathon,” they think “impossible”—and not without reason. The first-ever marathon runner—Pheidippides in 490 BC—collapsed on the spot and died after his 26.2-mile run.

Harvard Law School

Today in Photos (03/26/10)

Science

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Columbia University Professor Brian R. Greene ‘84 lectures on the progress that has been made in understanding string theory last night in Pfizer Lecture Hall.

Politics

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Conservative New York Times columnist and fomer Quincy resident Ross Douthat speaks about the role of conservatives at Harvard and other Ivy League institutions yesterday in the Quincy Senior Common Room.

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