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Div School Dean Signs Letter from Christians

In reply to an unprecedented statement from Muslim clerics and scholars about the common ground between Christianity and Islam, Christian

Harvard To Help Develop New Global Climate Treaty

The University announced a plan earlier this month to help develop a more effective and inclusive international treaty for reducing

The Faithful in Academic Limbo

The year began with the study of religion nearly becoming required of all Harvard undergraduates. It ends with that idea

Winter Break Tragedies Claimed Seven Undergraduates

See this story's original coverage in The Crimson. When James F. Gilligan ’57 enrolled at Harvard as an undergraduate, he

CUE Vets Faster Grades

CORRECTION APPENDED Harvard students who just can’t wait 10 days after exams to see their grades might soon have a

Pell Increase May Cut Other Aid

Politicians and higher education experts welcomed the proposal to increase federal Pell Grant funding by the largest amount in three

Prof Awarded Japan Prize

For Peter S. Ashton, the Harvard ecologist who won the prestigious Japan Prize for his research on tropical ecology, teamwork

Shut-down Mexican College Newspaper Returns to the Presses

A student-run Mexican newspaper that was shut down last month after printing cartoons and columns criticizing the university administration regained

Students Say Mexican Paper Was Censored

One of Mexico’s student-run college papers was suddenly shut down two weeks ago by the Universidad de las Americas-Puebla (UDLA)

Obama Left Mark on HLS

Days before he launched his campaign for the presidency, Barack H. Obama gave Law School professor David B. Wilkins ’77

Students Flock to Non-Profit Job Fair

Consulting and investment banking aren’t the only jobs that interest Harvard students. A job fair advertising opportunities with non-profit organizations,

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For Hadfield, a Second Chance

Last year, Tom D. Hadfield ’08 entered the Undergraduate Council race as the underdog. With considerably less name recognition than

Statistics Dep’t Founder Dead at 89

C. Frederick Mosteller, the founder of the Harvard’s Statistics Department, died of sepsis on July 23 at Powhatan Nursing Home

Popscreen: Pussycat Dolls

Pussycat Dolls “Beep” Dir. Benny Boom The Pussycat Dolls’ M.O. for “Beep” is similar to that for their debut single

Pioneering Black Graduates Honored

While it would be shocking today if Harvard only accepted four African-American students to a single class, in 1948, four