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When Corporation member Colman M. Mockler Jr. '52 died suddenly last Friday, his colleagues on the University's preeminent governing body

Exam Period: Students Face Realities of War

As American bombers continued their missions over Iraq, the Harvard campus remained quiet and somber yesterday afternoon. Despite loud marches

Business As Usual At HMC

While the early hours of war started a powerful economic wave through international markets, the initial influence of the crisis

Junior's Hat Trick Elevates Stickwomen

HANOVER, N.H.--It wasn't the best game the Harvard field hockey team has played this year. Although junior Sandra Whyte capped

Bizarre Calls Mar Spikers' Five-Game Loss to Tigers

PRINCETON, N.J.--It was close right from the beginning. After a scrappy first-game loss, the Harvard women's volleyball team went down

HMC's New Manager: Breaking With Tradition

From the outside, it does not look like much changed at the Harvard Management Company this summer. The same receptionist

Fundraising: New Competition

When the University completed its last major fundraising effort more than four years ago, it had raised more campaign dollars

Fund Drive Is in Holding Pattern

When Harvard's top two administrators suddenly announced their plans to step down last year, many of the officials planning the

Harvard to Expand Trademark

What's in a name? Well, if all goes as planned, about $2 million a year, as the University moves forward

Bellotti Campaign Hits Square

Francis X. Bellotti, the leading Democratic candidate for governor, made a baby-kissing stop in Harvard Square yesterday afternoon as part

Fund Drive Geared to Go Despite Departures

Despite the imminent departure of Harvard's two top administrators, major fundraisers inside the University say they remain confident that the

A Very Polite, Very Firm 'No'

Throughout the 19-year tenure of President Derek C. Bok, no issue has remained in the public eye so long as

Rethinking Harvard's Investment Strategy

When Jack R. Meyer arrives at the Harvard Management Corporation (HMC) president's office on Atlantic Ave. this September, he will

Oversight Sufficient Already, Bok Says

Countering claims that much of Harvard's endowment goes without formal ethical oversight, President Derek C. Bok said yesterday that the

Corporation to Discuss South Africa Investment

Concerns about University holdings in South Africa remain firmly atop the agenda of the Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (CCSR)