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Charter School Stirs Controversy

While most Cantabrigians agree that the city’s public schools need improvement, they have found themselves polarized by a new charter

Council Decries Tax Holes

City councillors accused Cambridge universities of cheating the city out of tax revenue by conducting for-profit research on tax-exempt property

Harvard Pressured to Pay City More

Two weeks after MIT agreed to increase its voluntary payment to Cambridge, the co-chair of the Cambridge City Council’s University

Grad Student Blocks Intruder at Window

A startled resident of a Harvard apartment complex was forced to defend her room on Wednesday night when an intruder

SAA Raises Funds for Flood Victims

Over 325 students from Harvard and several other Boston-area schools danced Saturday night away to raise money for victims of

Scientists Work On Quantum Code

Relying on the principles of uncertainty underlying quantum mechanics, Harvard researchers recently established the first experimental secure network that, when

Elkies Wins Ford Math Award

Professor of Mathematics Noam D. Elkies will be awarded the Lester R. Ford Award today by the Mathematical Association of

Zuckerberg Programs New Website

Having seemingly conquered the realm of social networking, the creator of the popular website will take at least a

Runaway Caught In Adams House

Two Summer School Program students were placed on probation for the duration of the program after allowing an acquaintance who

Crimson Cash Expands Range of Options

Crimson Cash, the Harvard ID card debit system that can be used to pay for laundry machines, library copiers and

Summerbridge Cambridge Celebrates

Hundreds of students, teachers and family members and friends came together at the Summerbridge Cambridge Celebration, which marked the end

Courses of Instruction Updated on Web

Students perusing the 2004-2005 Faculty of Arts and Sciences Courses of Instruction recently made available online by the Office of

Summers, Sandel to Teach Core

University President Lawrence H. Summers will join high-profile lecturer Michael J. Sandel, Bass professor of government, in teaching a Core

Reich Decries Claims of Economic Recovery

Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich told a crowd of hundreds of liberals at the Campaign for America’s Future

Professors Identify Key Domestic Issues

Three prominent Harvard faculty members identified what they considered to be the most important issues facing the United States in