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Changing the Face of Politics

It was nearly one hundred years ago when women were first granted the right to vote with the passage of

A Dangerous Precedent

For most students, Harvard is a relatively safe place. Compared to other college towns, Cambridge has few violent crimes. Yet

An Equal Say

WASHINGTON, D.C.—“Thank god there is another woman in here!” These words were my introduction to my summer internship at The

Senior Earns Perfect Grades

Lisa B. Schwartz ’03 has managed to achieve what most students consider impossible. Over her four years at Harvard, Schwartz

Brown’s President Addresses Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

The Phi Beta Kappa society, one of the University’s oldest organizations, held its annual Literary Exercises yesterday in Sanders Theater

Former Deans Receive Service Prize

Two former Harvard deans have each been granted one of the University’s highest honors—the newly-created position of the Harvard University

New Overseers President Elected

C. Dixon Spangler Jr., a former university president who is the namesake of the Harvard Business School’s student center, has