Jeffrey N. Gell

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Understanding Smoking

A few weeks ago, I sat down for sushi with one of my co-workers. Before I could attempt to order,

Let ESPNet Show Us the Way Perhaps more than anything else, this address has shrunk the distance between school and home and made my year


MEDICAL SCHOOL Stanford's Gibbons Named HMS Communications Director Stanford University Medical Center's director of communications has been named director of

Mechanics Professor Earns High Teaching Marks

When Associate Professor of Applied Mechanics Howard A. Stone was applying to college, he looked at only public schools in

Should Undergraduates Grade Other Students?

When Wallace Professor of Applied Physics R. Victor Jones introduced his teaching fellow (TF) during this semester's first lecture of

Faculty Elusive on Election Picks

While many Harvard faculty and administrators voted in last week's local elections, few wanted to share their political preferences. "I

Gov. Tutor Board Set

The Government Department has named its 1995-96 Board of Tutors, according to a newsletter sent to concentrators earlier this month.

Observers Say It's Reeves

By nearly all accounts, Cambridge Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 will be the number one vote-getter in next Tuesday's municipal

Telling the Story of the Music

Although Professor of Music Kay Kaufman Shelemay had aspirations of being a professional vocalist throughout her undergraduate and graduate career,

Faculty Books Featured on List of 100 Influential Works

Works by six current Harvard faculty members are featured in a list of the 100 most influential books since World

Size of Core Courses Varies With Area

Several years ago, Krupp Professor of European Studies Charles S. Maier '60 decided to create a historical studies core course

Understanding Advanced Standing

Government concentrator Nick Buford '97-'96 has already planned out his entire life. After he graduates, he expects to go to

Vogel Takes Over Fairbank Center

Fresh from a two-year sabbatical in Washington, Ford Professor of the Social Sciences Ezra F. Vogel assumed the directorship of

Tarrant Named GSAS Acting Dean

Pope Professor of Latin Language and Literature Richard J. Tarrant has been appointed acting dean of the Graduate School of

Students Watch as Turner Makes Semis in Pageant

More than 200 Harvard students filled the Lowell House Junior Common Room Saturday night to watch one of their own