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Early Action Admits Increase Again

For regular action applicants to the class of 2003 it will be harder than ever to slip behind Johnston Gate

Congregation, Harvard Mull Counteroffers As Developer Bids on Swedenborg Church

The 98-year old Swedenborg Chapel on the corner of Quincy and Kirkland streets has been for sale for years, but

New Contemporary Art Museum on Memorial Drive Seems a Done Deal

Cabot Director of the Harvard University Art Museum (HUAM) James B. Cuno would like nothing more than to build a

The Buck Starts Here

Now nearing the last year in his third term as head of the seven-member board of governors of the Federal

Harvard 2100

Fast-forward 100 years. What will the Harvard of the future look like? Will students fly from class to class in

CAUTION: CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS

Harvard will be home to more construction workers than students this summer as the University scrambles to renovate a number

Fallows Remembers Trying to Preserve Objectivity During Takeover

N ot everyone at Harvard shared the aggressive sentiments of takeover organizers. Whether because they found themselves too engrossed in

WJH E-mail Accounts Corrupted, Users Asked to Change Passwords

In the latest in a string of security breaches to the University's computing systems, a hacker broke into the system

Radcliffe Medal Given to Former Spelman Pres.

Johnetta B. Cole, the celebrated former president of Spelman College, a historically black women's institution in Atlanta, Ga., will be

Hardwired: Workers Put Finishing Touches on New Computer Science Building

Construction workers are busy polishing the "jewel" that is the Maxwell Dworkin building, the University's $26 million effort to unify

Admissions Yield at 79.7%, Highest in 25 Years

Capping off a year that saw a record number of early action applicants, early action acceptances and a near-record number

Faculty Extends Intersession To Seven Days

Students can look forward to an additional day on the slopes or in the sun in the future, after the

NO ROOM IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD

Two of Harvard Square's most beloved small businesses will soon be forced to relocate, according to officials from Harvard Planning

Harvard Pro., Skewers to Close, $6 Million Building to Be Developed on Site

Two of Harvard Square's most beloved small businesses will soon be forced to relocate, according to officials from Harvard Planning

Location, Design Chosen for New Life Sciences Center

In a project that has moved forward with remarkable speed, the University has selected an architect, a location and preliminary

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