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Rudenstine to Resign Presidency in 2001

University President Neil L. Rudenstine announced today that he will resign his position following the 2000-2001 academic year. Rudenstine said

Rudenstine to Resign

President Neil L. Rudenstine announced this morning that he will leave Harvard at the end of this coming year. While

Corporation Prepares To Begin Nationwide Search for Successor

While President Neil L. Rudenstine's decision to step down means a chance to relax for the notoriously hard-working president, the

Patti B. Saris: Local Judge Cites Harvard As Inspiration

If the Honorable Patti B. Saris '73 becomes a member of Harvard's board of Overseers, she should feel right at

Harvard Tightens Faculty Policy

Harvard is reining in even its most famous. Despite the increasing temptation to expand their playing field through the Internet,

FAS Wants New Advisory Body, Report Says

Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) want more say in how the University spends its money and

Stanford Reacts to Selection of 10th President

Although renowned computer scientist John L. Hennessy is about to become the president of tech-savvy Stanford University, many of his

John Hennessy Appointed Stanford President

Stanford's board of trustees yesterday appointed current provost and renowned computer scientist John L. Hennessy as the university's 10th president.

First-Years Get Warm Welcome

Hundreds of students cheering new residents of their Houses created a din that could be heard across campus at lunchtime

O'Brien Will Be Class Day Speaker

When the Class of 2000 officially celebrates the beginning of its 100-day countdown until graduation at the Hong Kong restaurant

CID Looks To Round Up Cash

While the decline of the scandal-plagued Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID) has been much in the public eye, another

State Files Suit Against Harvard Over Name Use

The state of Massachusetts sued the University yesterday, seeking to ensure that Harvard Pilgrim Health Care can keep its name

The Changing Face of the Harvard Corporation

It was the kind of vote that's usually just a formality. But this time, the University made history. Over a

Spring Cleaning in Massachusetts Hall

For President Neil L. Rudenstine, this semester means tidying up the unfinished business of a fundraising drive that has consumed

Corporation Announces Two New Members

The Harvard Corporation yesterday appointed two new members--one of whom is the first black person ever to belong to the