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Many ’08 grads head for finance and consulting

Two out of five Harvard seniors entering the workforce will flock to lucrative jobs in business, consulting, and finance after

Tailgaters Flout Drinking Rules

Tipsy students filled the field outside the Yale Bowl Saturday, despite fears that tightened regulations would tame the festivities. Though

Track down the whisperer

On Saturday, August 13, 2005, at 4:30 a.m., the ring of my red phone woke me in Eliot House. I

Lisa M. Henson

It’s not easy being green. But confronted with a resume like that of Lisa M. Henson ’82-’83, it’s also hard

Burying the Dead, Not the Past

On the eve of my departure from my semester abroad in Chile, Augusto Pinochet, the country’s ex-dictator, died. My host

Harvard Increases Funding for Childcare

Harvard will increase its aid for childcare services by $7.5 million next year in a move intended to boost the

Harvard To Increase Funding for Childcare

Harvard University will increase its aid for childcare services by $7.5 million in an attempt to boost the number of

Summers, Menino Celebrate Completion of Allston-Brighton Oral History Project

Outgoing University President Lawrence H. Summers received a warm send-off from the City of Boston last night at an event