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Potential Treatment Method Identified for Huntington's

A team of Harvard researchers have identified a potential method for treating Huntington’s disease that might shed light on treatments

Social Networks Based on Genes

Regina George, Serena Van Der Woodsen, and Marissa Cooper may have more to thank for their popularity than just great

Student Finds Home At Harvard Shelter

Maximilien Yelbi sits at a large breakfast table that is set for 10 people. He spreads butter and jam across

Princeton Settles Endowment Lawsuit

Princeton entered into a settlement on Tuesday that will pay out $90 million to end a lawsuit brought against the

Fear Plays Role in Politics

The use of fear is a key strategic instrument in political campaigns, according to Alex Castellanos, a Republican media consultant

Law School Loses Backup Tape Containing Client Info

The Harvard Law School Legal Services Center sent out a letter to its clients on Tuesday announcing that a tape

IOP Panel Debates Economic Turmoil

CORRECTION APPENDED Four Harvard professors—and one Pulitzer-winning reporter—addressed the financial meltdown at the Institute of Politics last night, in the

Amidst Rain, Students Celebrate at Carnival

Despite the drizzling rain, students gathered for a night of food, rides, games, and live music on Friday evening at

Bear Stearns Rescinds Offers

Bear Stearns, the storied investment bank that stunned Wall Street when it collapsed last month, is rescinding approximately half of

Tibet Crackdown Riles Passions

Since violence erupted in the Tibetan traditional capital of Lhasa last Monday, Harvard Square has played host to daily pro-independence

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Rain Drenches Pusey Stacks

Heavy rainfall on Saturday night caused a drainage pipe to burst in Pusey Library, resulting in water damage of many

Harvard Junior Parents Compete in Marathon Run Around Campus

After a four-mile run over Junior Parents Weekend that took parents past the Law School, the Business School and the