David S. Hirsch

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At the Head of the Class

Shaka J.D. Bahadu ’04 is the host with the most—most guests, that is. As First Class Marshall, Bahadu is responsible

Marketed in Manhattan

MANHATTAN—They came from far and wide—with rolling suitcases and portable e-mail terminals in tow—but they were drawn together by a

Students Finally Receive Regular Pay

After nearly two months of missed checks and incorrect payments, many student employees started receiving regular weekly checks from the

O’Brien Concedes Bitter Campaign

BOSTON—For Shannon P. O’Brien, it ended with a whimper. In the ballroom at the Sheraton Boston where Democratic gubernatorial candidate

College Joins Campaign To Curb Binge Drinking

Harvard College administrators committed yesterday to participate in a Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) campaign to curb binge drinking

Students Still Wait To Receive Paychecks

Nearly a month after many students started having problems caused by the University’s new payroll system, dozens of student employees

Race Relations Positions Created

In an effort to improve race relations in Houses and first-year dorms, at least 13 students will serve as liaisons

B-School Woos Alums and Their Checkbooks

Like many other B-schools across the country, Harvard Business School (HBS) prides itself on teaching its students the art of

Governor Candidates Bicker in Debate

Republican gubernatorial candidate W. Mitt Romney squared off against Democrat Shannon P. O’Brien in an inconclusive debate last night at

Face-Off Settled: Romney vs. O’Brien

BOSTON—State Treasurer Shannon P. O’Brien comfortably defeated three Democratic opponents in yesterday’s primary election, setting up her challenge to Republican

Reich Garners Student Support

By DAVID S. HIRSCH AND CHRISTOPHER M. LOOMIS CRIMSON STAFF WRITERs It’s quiet on campus. Even as the Massachusetts Democratic

Gov. Candidates Race to Primary

With the Democratic gubernatorial primary eight days away, the four remaining candidates continue to vie for the support of undecided

Outsiders Stage Convention Coup

WORCESTER—It’s a story of a little David against a big Goliath—literally—and Robert Reich couldn’t be happier to be the small

Halberstam Laments Lowering of News Standards

The quality of network news coverage is in steady decline, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam ’55 told audience members in

Dueling Lysistratas

They say all is fair in love and war, but when Hollywood squares off against Cambridge, things can get messy.