Jessica E. Vascellaro

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9/11's Ivory Towers

Jeffrey P. Clemens ’05 woke up about an hour after the planes hit the World Trade Center on Sept. 11,

Learning To Be a Journalist

Many newspaper reporters will tell you that now is not the time to enter their business. Circulations continue to plummet

The Case for Senior Gift

Senior Gift supports financial aid and college improvements. To attack this effort as a means to address divestment of the

Albright, Rubin Bash Bush Policy

Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former Secretary of the Treasury Robert E. Rubin ’60 took aim at

Candidates Ally With Faculty Fundraisers

On the surface, it may look like Harvard is going to stay out of Washington in 2004. None of the

Harvard Snags Wash U. Scientists

Harvard has poached a pair of top neuroscientists to bolster its feldgling Center on Systems Neuroscience—the interdisciplinary study of the

University May Build Bubble Over Stadium

The country’s oldest concrete stadium may get a face lift—or at least a new hat. Administrators are currently considering a

Kirby Reforms Tenure Process

Subtle yet substantive changes aligning Harvard’s tenure procedures to those of other universities were announced by the Dean of the

Faculty Growth Plan Expected This Winter

A blueprint for the Faculty of the future, reflecting Harvard’s new academic priorities, will likely appear by the end of

New Center To Connect FAS Neurosciences

In the latest boost to science at the College, the creation of an interdisciplinary Center for Systems Neurosciences will be

Faculty Grows At Rate In Line With Target

After a hiring frenzy last spring, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby reported dramatic long term growth in the

Innovative Psychologist To Leave for Tufts

A nationally recognized psychologist will depart Harvard for Tufts next semester, a year after her tenure denial surprised experts in

Going Up?

THE MEZZANINE—Being an intern has its up and downs, literally: 3rd floor, 5th floor, ground floor, penthouse. The elevator rides

Climbing Alone

In his first annual letter, Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby left his colleagues with a cryptic message—Xing yuan

Students, Faculty Protest War But Differ on Tactics

With over a thousand students and faculty protesting the war with Iraq this year, Harvard proved it is still a