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After Three Centuries, a Woman

“Be careful that you don’t speak too soon,” minister Cotton Mather, Class of 1678, warned the women of Massachusetts. “And

Bartley’s Bumps Summers Burger

It’s official: former University President Lawrence H. Summers is dead meat. The Larry Summers burger at Bartley’s Burger Cottage was

Woman To Take the Lead?

2007 could be the year of the woman leader. A female Speaker of the House. A female candidate for US

Students Seek Leader In Summers’ Mold

Undergraduates hope that the next Harvard president will bear strong similarities to the last, according to a member of the



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Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte discussed global security challenges at the Institute of Politics on Friday afternoon.

Council: Nix Collegeboxes

The Undergraduate Council last night called on all Harvard affiliates, including Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), to “sever ties” with the

Students Fret Over Boxes Lost In Storage

It’s Nov. 21. Do you know where your summer storage boxes are? For some students who stowed their belongings with

Students Form Residential Life Task Force

A new student task force will give undergraduates an opportunity to influence College policy on issues ranging from academic advising

Police To Up Quad Patrol

Police patrols of the area surrounding the Quad will increase in response to complaints from neighbors, Dean of the College

Even Before the Game, Yale Loses

As they prepare to enter Crimson territory later this month, Yalies are red in the face over Harvard’s move to

University Waits for Return of Stolen Art

Harvard is still awaiting the return of two stolen paintings—including one depicting the University’s 14th president, John T. Kirkland —as

Keeping Faith

“Are you religious?” Christians like me often feel uncomfortable when asked this question, especially when it happens at Harvard. Perhaps

President Kirkland Is Coming Home

A heisted portrait of early 19th century Harvard President John T. Kirkland, which resurfaced in upstate New York earlier this

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Comedian Judah Friedlander performs at Comedy for a Cause in Sanders Theatre Saturday night.