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AMBLE Urges Flexible Job-Searching

The Aspiring Minority Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs student group recognized singer, actress, and entrepreneur Tatyana M. Ali ’02 at a

Fellow Caught Up in Media Controversy

Alexander D. Wissner-Gross, a fellow at the University’s Center for Environment, found himself in the middle of an imbroglio this


A software program called Identity Finder that scans for the presence of high risk information, such as social security numbers

James, Wong Eager To Serve

It was political love at first sight. Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Charles T. James ’10 and his running mate Max

Red Line To Run Cars Without Seats

In an effort to ease congestion, the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority is introducing a pilot program that will leave few

Prof Cites Lack of Market Opportunities in North Korea's Woes

North Korean poverty is a result of a dearth of market opportunity, not agricultural inability, said University of Warwick Professor

$1 Million Given for Public Service Careers

The Center for Public Interest Careers received a $1 million gift from David A. Ackert and Charlotte C. Ackert ’76

Protesters March in Objection To Prop. 8

Chanting “Gay, straight, black, white, marriage is a civil right,” around 100 protesters marched to Harvard Square after gathering outside

U.S., EU Relations Touted

Alain Lamassoure, a European Parliament member hailing from the south of France, stressed the importance of French and European engagement

Librarians Answer Questions Online

While sending an instant message is all it now takes to ask a Harvard librarian a question, few undergraduates have

Biases Emerge At Pundits' Discussion

The clash between two pundits on who should be blamed for the current Russian-Georgian violence during a talk last night

LSD and Shrooms May Treat Cluster Headaches

Psilocybin, a chemical found in psychedelic mushrooms, and LSD may be effective in treating cluster headaches, according to a team

Bail Set for Quincy Burglary Suspect

The alleged perpetrator of the Quincy House burglary last Sunday was arraigned on one count of breaking-and-entering and three counts