Bryan D. Garsten

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Surveys: A Dying Breed?

Amy E. Forker '96 walked into the first class of History 10b this semester expecting the traditional European history survey


Since Harvard's Core Courses offer "approaches to knowledge" rather than comprehensive surveys, there has been little campus-wide debate about the

The Unrest Spread Nationwide

Twenty-five years ago, college students across the country cheered "The Graduate's" Benjamin Braddock as he broke the shackles of tradition,

Khalilah Horton Goes to School

K halilah T. Horton, age 14, likes her school. "It's the best middle school in Dorchester," she says. "We don't

Hill Documentary Emotional

Eighteen months after the Senate confirmed Justice Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, television footage of the Senate hearings still

Cambridge Seniors Weather the Winter

Some lucky Cambridge senior citizens are way ahead of Harvard students-they've been on spring break all winter. Florida, the perennial

City Schools Designated Curriculum Review Site

The Cambridge public school district is now an officially designated review site for a nationwide curriculum-development project for science and

Quincy Jones Talks to Crowd

Jones and talk of the rock, pop and be-bop of musician Quincy Jones centertained an enthusiastic crowd of about 250

Women's History Prof. Says Bias Shaped Science

Gender bias in the 17th and 18th centuries shaped scientific findings about the apes, a historian said yesterday at the

KSA Elects Linda Kang President on Platform Of Increased Cultural and Political Activity

Linda T. Kang '95 was elected president of the executive board of the Korean Students Association (KSA) last night on

Breyer Candidate For U.S. Attorney General

Harvard Law School Lecturer Stephen G. Breyer may be a candidate for U.S. Attorney General, according to a report in

Pre-Columbian Art Exhibit Opens

Painted shards of pre-Columbian pottery, sea-shells, soil and oils fill the canvases of an art exhibit which opened last night

Carter Says Race-Based Inequality Still Exists

BOSTON--Former President Jimmy Carter told a crowd gathered at the Boston Public Library yesterday that the social justice movement of

Rainwater Delivers His Final Lecture at Harvard

Champagne and applause capped off Professor of Sociology Lee Rainwater's last lecture at Harvard, held in William James Hall yesterday.

Snow Halts Escort Service, Shuttle Buses

Both the Harvard escort service and the shuttle buses stopped operating Saturday due to dangerous driving conditions, leaving some students