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Renowned Economist Musgrave Dead at 96

During the lifetimes of most Harvard undergraduates, Richard A. Musgrave—a founder of modern public sector economics—was in retirement. Musgrave, who

Don’t Get Caught By Expensive Textbooks

When I first came to Harvard, I made the same mistake that almost every freshman does: I bought all my

Science Students Less Likely to Go Abroad

As the College continues its drive to send more students abroad, it is finding a conspicuous pattern among those who

College Eases Travel Abroad Restrictions

After significant pressure from students and faculty, the College has repealed its policy of withholding funding and credit for study,

Gates Official To Step Down

The former director of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), who is currently under congressional investigation regarding a 2002 NCI grant

Computer-Savvy Frosh Faces Lawsuit

Freshman year is usually a hectic period of adjustment for any student. But only a semester into his first year

The Worlds That Started The War

By the time the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) voted that it had no confidence in the leadership of