Jay S. Kimmelman

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The Benefits Of a Kimmelman Education

I n an age in which the President of the United States can sell time-shares in the White House, is

University-Union Relations: Protest, Bargaining and Reconciliation

With almost 5,000 Harvard employees associated with the University's eight unions, labor organizers and contract negotiators have their hands full.

'Some Like It Hot': After Two Oscars. Lemmon Still Sizzles

After almost five decades as an entertainer, Jack Lemmon '47 can still captivate audiences of all generations. In a Hollywood

Yale's Treatment Of TAs on Trial In NLRB Hearing

Today the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) will conclude its first week of hearings to decide if Yale University engaged

Law School Receives $1.5 Million

Harvard Law School (HLS) announced yesterday a $1.5 million donation to establish a scholarship and financial aid fund. The Louis

Harvard Custodial Pay at Market Rate, But Many Schools Offer More

Since their new contract was inked in September, custodial workers from Harvard Facilities Maintenance Organization (FMO) have been working for

Students Form New Secular Organization

Harvard students who "don't believe" can now disbelieve together, since the University recognized the Harvard Secular Society as a student

K-School Orientation Gets Bipartisan Support

More than a dozen Republicans will likely attend the Kennedy School of Government's orientation for newly-elected members of Congress this

Harvard Is Investor in Texaco

Records of the Corporation, the more powerful of the University's two governing boards, show that Harvard is an investor in