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A Kinder, Gentler Police Force

The Harvard University Police Department has come a long way since the days when 400 police officers--most from surrounding areas--ejected

HMS Researchers Use New Technique To Cure Cancer in Mice

A group of Harvard researchers at Boston Children's Hospital say they have cured cancer in mice by applying new methodology

Harvard Reviews Conflict-of-Interest Policies

Over the course of the year, mounting criticism of Harvard's conflict-of-interest policies has prompted reviews of the guidelines governing research

Harvard Scholars Join Debate About Slavery Reparations

Just over a year after Michigan Democratic Representative John Conyers, Jr., introduced a bill in Congress to acknowledge and examine

Y2K Fails to Frustrate Faculty

As the year 1999 draws rapidly to a close, much of the Harvard community seems more preoccupied with holiday parties

The Y2K Guardians: Who Will Be Here?

Geoffrey B. Mainland '00 of Newark, Ohio, is going home for the holidays--well, part of them, at least. After spending

As Y2K Approaches, Harvard Says All Systems Are Go

With all the hype over what may or may not happen as the date rolls over to 2000, possibly causing

Folkman Finds Anti-Cancer Substance

Researchers at Boston Children's Hospital have discovered a naturally occurring protein fragment which has been shown to inhibit tumor growth

Final Clubs On a Short Leash

In April of 1998, graduate members of the Phoenix S.K. final club heard a nasty rumor. Undergraduate members, it seemed,

Folkman Battles Cancer, Spotlight

The cure for cancer might be modern medicine's holy grail, the greatest medical discovery since the polio vaccine. Andrus Professor

Advocate to the Avant-Garde: Ashbery Leads American Poetry

Harvard's reputation as a breeding-ground for intellectuals has been boosted by the wealth of poets who have passed through the

HLS Names Assistant Professor

Allen Ferrell, a securities regulation specialist, has been named assistant professor of law at Harvard Law School (HLS). Although he

HLS Names Cobb Director Of Negotiation Program

Mediation and conflict negotiation scholar Sara Cobb has been named executive director of the Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard

Rubin's Post To Be Filled By Former Ec. Professor

Former Harvard professor of economics and current Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence H. Summers will succeed outgoing Treasury Secretary

KSG Professor Nominated to CEA

Prominent Kennedy School of Government (KSG) professor Robert Z. Lawrence has been nominated to the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA)

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