Rosalind S. Helderman

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Keeping an Eye on Harvard

Fellow members of the Class of 2001, who now become the youngest members in the vast Harvard alumni giving pool,

The Real Keycard Debate

It's time for both sides of the keycard debate to start talking about what they've really been talking about all

In Love With [Pf-OPEN]

If Pforzheimer House had a motto, it might be, "Thanks, got it." From obscure textbooks to formalwear to freshly baked

Faculty Council Okays Af-Am Studies Ph.D.

The Faculty Council voted yesterday to approve a new Ph.D program in African-American Studies. The 18-member body's approval paves the

Report Finds Mental Health Services Lacking

Mental health services at Harvard are understaffed and inefficiently coordinated--though improving--according to a report to be released today by a

Two Seniors Net Rhodes Honor

Two Harvard seniors were among the 32 American students named Rhodes Scholars this weekend. Kristin N. Javaras '99-'00 of Kirkland

New Radcliffe Advisory Dean's Council to Meet Tomorrow

Acting Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study Mary Maples Dunn is about to get a little advice on

Exits Help Clear Out Radcliffe Structure

Despite plans for an unprecedented growth of its research programs, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is quietly slimming down

Knowles Looks to Increase Faculty-Student Ratio

Apparently, 650 just isn't enough. Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles announced last week that he hopes to increase

Money in the Bank

For years, the fellows of Radcliffe College's Bunting Institute made do with just three computers. Famous among academics nationwide as

Complying With Title IX: How Harvard Interprets the Law

For the last seven years, the Women's Science Alliance has brought together 35 incoming female first-year students for an intensive

Glitches Beset Project ADAPT

Harvard's new financial management system, Project ADAPT, is plagued with across-the-board implementation problems at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences,

Oman Endows KSG Professorship for Sultan

The government and people of the Sultanate of Oman, a country on the Arabian peninsula, have endowed a Kennedy School

Darling, Griffin Win Treasurer, Secretary Races

The Undergraduate Council elected Sterling P.A. Darling '01 of Currier House its treasurer at its first meeting of the year

RCAA Queries Institute Leaders About Future

The women who will be expected to sustain and support the new Radcliffe Institute told Acting Dean Mary Maples Dunn