Patrick M. Mckee

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Advocate Faces College Pressure

After 138 years of self-regulation, the Harvard Advocate, the campus’ oldest student publication, is facing a growing list of demands

Students Awarded Travel Grants

Eleven undergraduates—nearly four times the number of Harvard winners last year—have received grants to study languages in East Asia and

New Members of Phi Beta Kappa Announced

Phi Beta Kappa, the nationwide academic honors society, announced on Friday the 24 juniors who will be inducted into the

Mock Trial Team Ends Successful Season

The Harvard mock trial team, a close-knit group of pre-laws and legal enthusiasts, worked its way to the best finish

Law Prof To Advise Pope

The pope has appointed a Harvard Law School professor as head of a body of academic advisers to the Holy

‘Passion’ Opening Sparks Debate

Five days after the opening of Mel Gibson’s controversial film “The Passion of the Christ,” professors and students are reflecting