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Contract Reaches Final Day

With the contract between Harvard’s janitors and the University set to expire at midnight tonight, the two sides remain at

Harvard Top Employer in Cambridge

For the seventh year in a row, Harvard University ranks as the top employer in Cambridge with 10,282 workers, according

SLAM Talks Living Wage

Harvard and Georgetown students convened last night to discuss future union empowerment and the achievement of a living wage on

Power Calls For More Divestment

Samantha Power, a lecturer on public policy at the Kennedy School of Government, and the International Crisis Group (ICG) recently

Janitor Fights For Extra Hour

At around 6 p.m. on weeknights, Portuguese accents and laughter fill Larsen Hall at the Graduate School of Education (GSE)

ABHW Event Honors Black Men

Harvard’s black community came together Saturday night to honor members for “breaking barriers and beating odds” in the seventh annual

Wave of Telemarketing Calls Harrass Students

Credit card telemarketers have recently called large numbers of Harvard students, insinuating affiliation with the College and failing to heed

Study Finds Foster Kids Suffer PTSD

Former foster children are almost twice as likely to suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as U.S. war veterans, according

Lowell Hosts Southeast Asian Banquet

Lowell Dining Hall was transformed into a world of bountiful entrees, dance troupes, poetry, and cultural fashion this past Friday

Women Now Majority of Undergrads

Females now make up the majority of undergraduates nationwide, the National Center for Education Statistics reported this month. According to

France Hopes To Reconcile with U.S.

French Minister of Defense Michèle Alliot-Marie said Friday that France will pursue a trans-Atlantic strategy of cooperation with the U.S.


Boston Students Rally for Divestment

In a candlelight vigil last night, students from across the Boston area gathered to call for divestment, both by their