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In a Liberal Arts College, Students Find Their Own Pre-professional Tracks

By Sarah A. Dolgonos and Claire A. Pasternack Cary P. McClelland ’02 knows the Loeb Drama Center better than any

Students Put in a Call to Taiwan’s President

Although diplomatic agreements with China prohibit the U.S. government from granting visas to Taiwanese officials, Harvard’s Fairbanks Center found a

Researchers Find Similarities of Pain, Pleasure Systems

New advances by Harvard Medical School (HMS) researchers have confirmed what philosopher Baruch Spinoza suspected in the 17th century—that pain

HoCos Hesitate To Submit Budgets

When the Committee on House Life (CHL) recently requested all House Committees to submit copies of their annual budgets for

After Much Criticism, Institute of Politics Restructures

Since 1965, the Institute of Politics (IOP) has been a powerful campus presence. It attracts prominent speakers from countries all

HBS Professors Apply Skills in Corporate America

When Harvard Business School (HBS) announced the creation of HBS Interactive—its corporate education program—last November, HBS attracted lots of national

People in the News

Brenda Taylor `01 There are athletes who dream of going to the Olympics, and then there are those who will

College Taught Ma to Play His Own Tune

On April 1, 1998, Yo-Yo Ma ’76 made a shocking announcement. He told National Public Radio that he planned to

Scholarships Provide Seven Seniors Study at Cambridge

In the inaugural year of the Gates Scholarship, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has named seven Harvard students recipients

Harvard Buys Watertown Site

After months of negotiations, Harvard has finally purchased the Arsenal property in Watertown, marking the University's growing influence in neighboring

Racial Diversity Lacking Among House Masters

Despite Harvard's particular institutional pride in the diversity of its student body, in the roughly 75 years that the House

Kirshner Chosen As Quincy Master

Next year, Robert P. Kirshner ’70 will return to the House of his undergraduate years—as the new Master. Kirshner, the

IOP Group Releases Governing Plan Draft

A long period of uncertainty at the Institute of Politics (IOP) ended this week as students and staff members decided

Kirkland Selects New Senior Tutor

Timothy C. Harte `90-marathon runner, movie buff, and Slavics scholar-has been an active figure in Kirkland House for four years

Adams Finds Senior Tutor Close to Home

Adams House didn't have to look very far to replace outgoing Senior Tutor David B. Fithian. His partner, Michael R.