Lauren A.E. Schuker

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Standing With, Not Above

In the spring of 2003, University President Lawrence H. Summers was quoted as using the phrase “camp Harvard” to suggest

One Week Later

SMUG JUSTICE The “Opal Mehta” controversy has inspired tremendous outrage among many observers, most of whom have no connection to

Harvard To Take in Students Affected by Hurricane

Following the lead of several Boston-area schools, Harvard announced today that a limited number of students enrolled at universities and

Harvard To Divest From PetroChina

Harvard will sell its shares of PetroChina after months of pressure regarding PetroChina’s alleged ties to ongoing genocide in the

For Bullish Summers, An Unintentional Return to Center of the Ring

Just as the world was forgetting about the reckless bull, University President Lawrence H. Summers is once again walking through


Summers Storms Annenberg

Larry Summers is a busy man, but he took a little time to get busy with the freshmen last night

Summers Feted At 50th Birthday

While most students were sleeping off Harvard-Yale hangovers two weeks ago, University President Lawrence H. Summers was toasting his middle

Kerry May Tap Kagan For Court

When voters cast their ballots today they may help to bring Harvard Law School Dean Elena Kagan one step closer

Mexicans To Pursue Free Ph.D's

Up to 25 Mexican students will be able to pursue Harvard Ph.D.’s for free under a partnership with a Mexican

Gray To Retire From Corp.

Hanna H. Gray will retire in June from her post on the Harvard Corporation, the University’s seven-member top governing board,

Students Recruit Low Income Applicants

When University President Lawrence H. Summers announced last February a new financial aid initiative that eliminates tuition expenses for certain

Prof Admits to Misusing Source

Harvard constitutional law scholar Laurence H. Tribe ’62 apologized yesterday for not properly crediting another professor’s work in his popular

Donor Gives $10 Million to KSG

n an effort to encourage more students to attend public policy and government schools, a donor has given $10 million

Professors Trade Pads

Harvard faculty played a game of musical houses this summer, when Harvard Law School (HLS) Dean Elena Kagan last month

Summers Welcomes First-Years to Harvard

First-years gathered in Tercentenary Theater yesterday afternoon to hear the man who signed the dollar bills in their piggybanks deliver