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Capital Campaign

Letters

A Strongly Worded Open Letter to the President of the United States

It’s been a day, Mr. President, but you have yet to fulfill any of your so-called “campaign promises.”

FAS

Hutchins Family Foundation Donates $30 Million

The Hutchins Family Foundation, endowed by Glenn H. Hutchins ’77, has donated $30 million to Harvard to support House renewal and academic initiatives in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Allston

Faust Says Allston Complex Will Be A Capital Campaign Focus

University President Drew G. Faust said that building Harvard’s long-delayed Science Center in Allston will be a focal point of the University’s imminent capital campaign.

Undergraduate Council

Faust: Campus Center a Capital Campaign Priority

A campus-wide student center will feature prominently in the University’s upcoming capital campaign, University President Drew G. Faust said in an interview with The Crimson Tuesday.

Central Administration

A Police Captain Reminisces on the Riots of the Good Old Days

Every Friday, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past. April 26, 1902: Emperor William's Thanks President Eliot has just received from the Embassy of the United States at Berlin the following letter which explains itself: BERLIN, April 14, 1902. "Dr. Charles W. Eliot. President of Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts: "Dear Sir: Referring to my letter of the 7th instant, I have much pleasure in informing you that I had the honor of being received by the German Emperor yesterday, and of presenting to His Majesty in person the "Vote of Thanks" passed by yourself and the Fellows of Harvard College in acknowledgment of the notice given by His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Prussia of the generous gift which His Majesty proposes to send to Harvard University for the Germanic Museum."

Fundraising

Harvard Will Launch Historic Capital Campaign in 2013

Harvard hopes to publicly launch its University-wide capital campaign in 2013. The campaign will likely aim to raise at least $6 billion, according to senior administrators and people with knowledge of the situation, which would likely make it the largest capital campaign ever run by an institution of higher education.

Alumni

Alumnus Gives University $30M Donation

Harvard announced a $30 million gift from Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67 and Katherine A. O’Donnell on Tuesday.

Capital Campaign

Athletic Department Prepares for Capital Campaign

The Department of Athletics has laid the groundwork for its role in the University’s upcoming capital campaign, according to Harvard Director of Athletics Robert L. Scalise.

Fundraising

A Community in Limbo

The University’s long-term commitments to its developments in the community need further conceptual development and increased clarity. There may be conflicting goals as to what explicit direction Allston’s redevelopment should take, but Harvard must distill these ideas into a true mission that is both attainable and agreeable to the University community.

Allston

Allston Residents Concerned About Harvard Capital Campaign Priorities

While University officials focus on raising money for House renewal and development in Allston as goals for Harvard’s upcoming capital campaign, Allston residents are skeptical about how high of a priority the revitalization of their neighborhood will be.

Central Administration

Capital Campaign Plans Underway

Harvard is currently in the quiet phase of a multi-billion dollar capital campaign, which will aim to raise money for House renewal and development in Allston.

Fundraising

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 Neil L. Rudenstine
Capital Campaign

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Neil L. Rudenstine

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