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Dems Go Door-Knocking in NH

MANCHESTER, N.H.—A group of groggy but enthusiastic Harvard Democrats filed out of a yellow school bus Saturday morning to spend

Tutorials Receive Major Makeover

Since the move to give students an extra semester to declare concentrations, departments have shuffled requirements and abbreviated tutorials—intense, introductory

Student Leaders May Face Liability

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) on Wednesday moved one step closer to holding student group leaders accountable for

Science Growth Hampers Fields

Interim Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles’ plan for Faculty growth, which prioritizes hiring in the sciences and engineering,

Sciences To Fuel Faculty Growth

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) will continue to grow, and appointments in science and engineering will fuel the

Tuition and Expenses To Rise 4.5% Next Year, But Will Be Offset by Financial Aid Growth, Officials Say

CLARIFICATION APPENDED The cost of living at and attending Harvard College will rise by 4.5 percent this year, but an

Faust Asks Council For Search Advice

President-elect Drew G. Faust paid a visit to the Faculty Council meeting yesterday afternoon, soliciting advice on the search for

Secondary Fields Befuddle Students

As of last Thursday, Harvard seniors could add a minor to their transcript with just a few clicks and a

In China, Lewis Touts Liberal Arts

McKay Professor of Computer Science Harry R. Lewis ’68 wrapped up a week-long speaking tour at Chinese universities last weekend,

Tribe Joins Private Firm as Consultant

Laurence H. Tribe ’62, the prominent legal expert and Harvard Law School (HLS) professor who represented Al Gore in the

For Them, The Draft Is A Fact Of Life

For most Harvard students, a House Democrat’s proposal to replace the U.S. volunteer army in Iraq with a drafted force

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Pataki: 'Yale is Going to Crush Harvard'

New York Governor George E. Pataki, a rumored candidate for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination, deflected questions about his potential

Harvard Ranks First in Black Student Yield

The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education has ranked Harvard first in terms of black student yield for the third


From ‘Wright’ to Wealth: An Oil Heiress Tells Her Tale

Swanee Hunt’s “Half-Life of a Zealot” is written in the illustrious tradition of self-indulgent, self-congratulatory autobiography, but the book is

’03 Grad Named Director Of FOP

Jessica L. Ross ’03 will blaze the trail for future generations of freshmen as the new director of the First-Year