Jenny E. Heller

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Establishment and Revolution

So often on these pages we read criticism—of College advising, of University stinginess, of the president and the provost and

University Heads From China, U.S. Convene at Fogg

Seven presidents from top Chinese universities are meeting with the leaders of several prestigious American universities in Cambridge to discuss

Closing the Door on the Past

During the last few weeks, it seems we've been inundated by the tradition of Harvard. Last weekend, the Head of

Development Office Woos Donors With That Harvard Charm

In the University Development Office (UDO), housed in a posh office building off Brattle Square, charity is big business. For


In the University Development Office (UDO), housed in a posh office building off Brattle Square, charity is big business. For

Harvard to Open Research Station in Argentina

By the end of next summer, Harvard plans to open an "outpost" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. With a small staff

Flush With Campaign Funds, University Looking to Spend

A dean could do a lot with a billion dollars. Although Harvard administrators have been wholly focused on fundraising for

Malkin Sponsors Athletics

He's the man behind Harvard's newly-renovated athletic center. Peter L. Malkin '55 donated $4 million to give a new face

Managing the Money

He graduated from Harvard Business School (HBS) in 1959. He worked as a partner at Goldman Sachs in New York.

Harvard Calls, He Gives

One day Frank Stanton received an unexpected call asking him to run for Harvard's Board of Overseers, one of the

University Exceeds $2.1B Campaign Goal

NEW YORK--Harvard's capital campaign has raised $2.325 billion--three months before its scheduled end and $225 million in excess of the

Fundraising Leaders Strategize For Future Drives

NEW YORK--At a celebration yesterday in the nation's financial center, Harvard's most generous benefactors and prominent administrators gathered to pat

$2.1 Billion Goal Reached in Cap. Campaign

It's an announcement more than five years in the making. This afternoon, under the mounted moose and elephant heads of

The Neverending Story: Tales from the Harvard Oeuvre

From Aristotle to Twain to Joyce, the complaint is the same: too much reading. At Harvard it's a given: time

Harvard Rallies Behind Accused Nieman Fellow

Mark Chavunduka, a journalist studying as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard for the year, must return to his native Zimbabwe