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In Library, New Chapter for Bookish Prof

Sidney Verba ’53 has joked that prior to becoming Harvard’s chief librarian, he thought of libraries like he thought of

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Littauer Library To Close This Summer

It’s the end of the road for Littauer Library. On June 8, the library on the ground floor of the

Verba Fund Enriches HUL

Three months before Sidney Verba ’53 is to retire as Harvard’s longest serving chief librarian, a $2.5 million endowed fund

Libraries Integrate New Tech

The operating hours of Harvard’s libraries can now be accessed by anyone with a Web-enabled mobile phone, the latest technological

Sports Illustrated Stripped From Rack

CORRECTION APPENDED Last year, students who didn’t want to shell out for Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue could head for the

Library Searches for New Chief

Who will be the next director of the Harvard University Library? An advisory committee is working to find a successor

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Film Unravels Rap's Hidden Reality

Byron Hurt, the director of the documentary “Beyond Beats and Rhymes,” urged a capacity crowd in the Science Center’s Lecture

Google Accelerates Books Project

Princeton University has joined the Google Books Library Project, as Harvard is set to ramp up the rate at which

Azerbaijani Airs Democratic Goals

The opposition party leader in Azerbaijan, a former Soviet State on the Caspian Sea, discussed the difficulty of establishing democracy

Free Bras, Good Cause

“Someone brought a bra? Wow!” said Susan B. Marine, director of the Harvard College Women’s Center. “Well, I didn’t say

Explorer a Bit of a Mad Hatter

An associate professor at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology gave a tip of the cap to “abominable captain”

MBTA Debuts Plastic Passes

“You just tap and go.” That’s what the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) “Ambassadors” were telling bus and subway riders

Despite HIV, A Hopeful Song

Last night, Memorial Church was the venue for a joyous celebration of life and music from an unlikely group of

Aikikai Kicks Off Two-Day Classes, Training

As an attacker lunged at him with gleaming knife in hand, Irvin Faust deftly stepped aside and caught him by

Activist Calls for AIDS Research Sharing

South African AIDS activist Zackie Achmat urged Harvard Friday to make its HIV research and intellectual property more available for