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Plagiarism Costs Overseer Engagements

Amid more findings of plagiarism in her book The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys, historian and Harvard Overseer Doris Kearns Goodwin


Heavy Metal for Harvard

Princeton has one. The University of Chicago has one. Cornell sort of has one, as does Brown. Andover has one,

Overseer’s Admission of Plagiarism Comes With Few Repurcussions

When Harvard Overseer Doris Kearns Goodwin publicly admitted earlier this month to using material in her books without attributing it

33 Elmwood

Soon after assuming office, University President Lawrence H. Summers moved from Washington, D.C. to his new digs—Elmwood, Harvard’s presidential mansion

Boston Area Hospitals Put On Alert

Boston-area hospitals are working together and with emergency relief officials to determine what assistance they may provide in the wake

MIT Mental Health Examined

An interim report from the MIT Mental Health Task Force—created in the wake of six suicides at the university since

Tufts, NYU Name Harvard Alums New Presidents

Harvard graduates have been chosen to become the next presidents of Tufts and New York universities. The chancellor of MIT,

Board of Overseers Selects President

Richard E. Oldenburg `54 has been elected President of the Board of Overseers for the 2001-02 school year. The director

Assault Alleged at Rudenstine Reception

An alumnus of Harvard Law School (HLS) claims he was assaulted by a security officer at a reception for President

Privacy by Law, With Exceptions

The College's disciplinary proceedings have always been among its most closely guarded secrets. College administrators have always said this is

Fineberg To Resign as Provost

Harvey V. Fineberg '67 is the third provost in University history, and he may very well be the last. After

Fineberg to Leave Post July 1

Provost Harvey V. Fineberg '67 announced today that he will resign from his post effective July 1, ending weeks of

Administrators Meet Summers

Lawrence H. Summers met with high-level University officials for the first time in his capacity as Harvard president-elect yesterday, speaking

Academic Summers Found Unlikely Success at Treasury Dept.

Last month, when the Democrats of the 107th Congress needed to know how President Bush's proposed tax cut would affect

Rudenstine Praises Summers

In University President Neil L. Rudenstine's first statement since the news that Lawrence H. Summers is the presidential search committee's