Even with minimal work experience, 94 percent of the students who enter HBS within three years after graduating college leave with job offers.
Harvard scientist David A. Edwards has developed a new spray vaccine for tuberculosis that could save thousands and help transform tech transfer.
Students dine in Harvard Hillel’s dining hall. The campus organization has fallen short of its fundraising goal, raising less than 15 percent of the total amount that it sought.
Jeanne Margaret Nurse ALB '07 is currently in the Extension School Bachelor of Liberal Arts program, while also holding a job at the Faculty Club.
Kenneth E. Reeves ’72, who was elected this January for a second term as the Mayor of Cambridge, has spent his life defying the stereotypes that can’t seem to reign him in.
Students congregated in the Adams LCR yesterday to participate in the Call-in Day hosted by Harvard’s Darfur Action Group.
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