Three Harvard upperclass students will receive cash awards for public service internships they intend to pursue in the near future.
Former Cambridge City Councillor William H. Walsh was found innocent yesterday of charges of malicious destruction of a city art
In an attempt to reduce Harvard's $30 million travel budget, the Harvard Travel Office brought more than 600 University affiliates
Although a $3.5 million renovation of Lowell Lecture Hall was completed just last summer, already students say that the facility's
It's the only bargain in textbook shopping this semester: students buying sourcebooks for their spring classes get an arithmetic lesson
Cambridge Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 Monday night criticized the city manager for appointing only whites to the city's restructured
Cambridge Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 said the city needs a proactive program to assist people who will be affected
The first-ever Quad formal sold out yesterday, as students snapped up the last of the 600 tickets and left several
Undergraduate Council Vice President Brandon C. Gregoire '95 said yesterday he will call for a house referendum on the performance
A rally organized by several faculty members to protest U.S. policy on the ongoing war in Bosnia-Herzegovina drew approximately 100
A "well-known malefactor" was arrested yesterday around noon at the Holyoke Center area, Harvard Police Chief Paul E. Johnson said.
Harvard may eventually be the only Ivy League school to offer an Early Action admissions option, officials at three Ivy
Two staff members for Mayor Kenneth E. Reeves '72 stepped down last month, prompting at least one city councillor to