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Harvard Students Win Hertz Foundation Grant to Fund Graduate Studies In Physics

Two Harvard students were among only ten budding scientists nationwide this year to earn a much-coveted graduate fellowship granted by

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Unraveling Nerves, Understanding the Brain

Professor Jeff W. Lichtman and his team painstakingly craft their colorful masterpieces—but their paintbrush is the genome, and their canvass

Broad Institute Cuts Staff

The Eli and Edythe Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard laid off 24 of its MIT employees who handled genetic

Gen Ed Courses Larger Than Hoped

For some involved in the latest curricular review, replacing the impersonal lecture halls of the Core with a more intimate

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English Dept. Approves Overhaul of Undergraduate Requirements

The English department overwhelmingly approved the largest overhaul of its undergraduate concentration in over 20 years on Tuesday afternoon. The

Sunstein Analyzes Internet Sources

Cass R. Sunstein ’75, a recently appointed professor at Harvard Law School, discussed the poisonous spread of spurious information in

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Poet Probes States of Mind

Standing before a crowd of nearly 200 and donning a pair of sunglasses in an already dark room, Gwyneth Lewis—the

Yale Band Punished for Half-Time Show

After erecting a unique version of the Berlin wall during The Game on Saturday—and tearing it down with a missile

Dukakis Dings Electoral College

Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis called yesterday for a new way of selecting candidates for the office he sought 20

Harvard Tops ‘Times’ Rankings Again

We’re number one—again. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings released last week placed Harvard in the number one spot

Armantrout's Poetry "Reflects the World"

With the waning day peaking through the windows that look out onto Prescott Street, Rae Armantrout, one of the world’s

Fellows Discuss Immigration

While recent turmoil in the capital markets has kept most politicians focused on the state of the economy, the Harvard’s

Scholars Defend American Literature

With the announcement of the Nobel Prize in literature expected in the coming days, many literary hopefuls are sure to