Writer

Elisabeth S. Theodore

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On Taking It Seriously

My colleagues on The Crimson and I liked to think, as we devoted our undergraduate lives to the paper, that


Harvard To Review Site Access Standards

University drug insurer PharmaCare has disabled Harvard users’ access to its website, and dozens of sites around the University will


Man Arrested After Trying to Break into Summers' House

An attempt to break into University President Lawrence H. Summers’ Cambridge mansion was thwarted Saturday afternoon when the resident caretaker


Gifts to Harvard Fell Sharply Last Year

Charitable giving to Harvard declined by 30 percent in fiscal year 2002, nearly triple the decline in donations in higher


Group Riled by Assistant Provost’s Firing

Two months after the University Provost’s office fired its point person on mental health, members of a student group that


Summers Announces Allston Plan

Harvard’s new campus in Allston will feature a science hub, a relocated School of Public Health and Graduate School of