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Harvard Unveils 50-Year Plan For Allston

University officials yesterday unveiled their most detailed plans yet for the development of a new campus in Allston over the

Plan Offers Peek of Harvard's Next Half-Century

Harvard expects to break ground on its new Allston campus within the calendar year, University officials said today as they

Harvard Buys Vacant Tech Center for Allston

Harvard’s burgeoning Allston holdings expanded further last month with the purchase of a 5.2 acre property. The deal for the

Tensions Flare at Charlesview Q&A

Tensions flared yesterday when Allston community members criticized what they said was a lack of clear communication and information at

Allston Residents Decry Harvard’s Expansion

Allston residents sharply criticized Harvard’s latest batch of plans for the neighborhood at a meeting last night, telling University planners

Advocates Critique 'No Sex' Ed

From last May’s much-debated placement of condom boxes in freshman dorms to the recent opening of the Women’s Center, reproductive

Unscathed, Liberian President Returns

In the 35 years since she’s graduated from the Kennedy School of Government, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has spent time in prison

Nobel Winner Urges Patience on Iran

Nobel Peace Prize winner and women’s rights activist Shirin Ebadi spoke at a Harvard Book Store sponsored event yesterday, arguing

Punjabi Rape Victim Speaks

A local council in the Pakistani border state of Punjab ordered the gang rape of Mukhtar Mai in 2002 after

Soldiers Discuss Military Service

A contingent of Harvard student veterans shared their military experiences with an intimate crowd at Emerson Hall last night, urging

RFK Jr. Champions Conservation Efforts

Environmental lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. ’76 railed against a celebrity-centered culture and an inept media in a

Vino Boot Camp, $15 a Bottle

Soft lighting reflected off classic long-stemmed wine glasses, complementing tall bottles of Merlot, plates piled with Jarlsberg and Brie, and

Hotel Manager Reflects on Genocide

Paul Rusesabagina, who was general manager of the Hotel des Milles Collines during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, delivered a stirring

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‘Alba’ Explores All-Female World

THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA Location: Loeb Experimental Theatre DATES: April 14-April 22, 2006 DIRECTOR: Mary E. Birnbaum ’07 PRODUCER:

Top Navajo Court Convenes at HLS

The Supreme Court of the Navajo Nation held oral arguments in Harvard Law School’s Ames Courtroom yesterday, marking just the