University President LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS speaks to a crowd at an Adams House study break, which included pizza and a question and answer session, last night.
A Green Party supporter speaks at last night’s rally on campus.
Poet EAMON GRENNAN gives a reading at a ceremony held in Sanders Theater yesterday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Grolier Poetry Book Shop.
OLIVER A. LENNOX ’04 observes a controversial exhibit currently on display in the Science Center about the Intifada in the Middle East.
Former U.S. Defense Secretary WILLIAM H. COHEN speaks to a packed crowd at the ARCO Forum last night.
Though space in the Square is rare for social groups - Sigma Chi is homeless and its former 43-45 Mt. Auburn St. house is up for sale - their growth may increasingly offer social alternatives to the finals clubs scene
Dean of the College HARRY R. LEWIS ’68 was selected for the job in 1995 by Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles. With a new dean of the Faculty taking Knowles’ place next month, Lewis’ future is uncertain.
Students, led by ETHAN Y. YEH '03 (center), march past University Hall, Feb 12. to protest in a
Former Undergraduate Council President PAUL A. GUSMORINO '02 with his successor, current President SUJEAN S. LEE '03.
A student helps himself to a meal at Cabot House yesterday. This spring fruit flies have infested the Cabot dining hall, taking advantage of what Harvard’s pest-control office says was a “compost-like situation.”
The first phase of Widener Library’s major effort to revamp its stacks ended earlier this week. As of Monday, all of the stacks had been outfitted with improved ventilation systems, better lighting and a new paint job.
Paramedics tend to MICHAEL A. McCONNELL, JR. ’03, who passed out Saturday when the Pforzheimer elevator he was in became stuck.
Dean of the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study DREW GILPIN FAUST (L), rumored to be a candidate for dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, speaks to students about the role of Radcliffe yesterday.
Supporters of Harvard’s janitors union practice civil disobedience techniques in Harvard Square yesterday, in preparation for a protest scheduled for next week. The union is negotiating a new contract with Harvard.
Harvard Rescinds Acceptances for At Least Ten Students for Obscene Memes
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Economics Professor Martin Feldstein, ‘Legendary’ Teacher and Thinker, Dies at 79