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Japan Benefit Dinner
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Japan Benefit Dinner

Students line up at a buffet during a benefit dinner in support of disaster relief efforts in Japan. Organized by Harvard Students for Japan, the dinner was held Saturday night at Winthrop dining hall. Proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross.

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A Community in Limbo

The University’s long-term commitments to its developments in the community need further conceptual development and increased clarity. There may be conflicting goals as to what explicit direction Allston’s redevelopment should take, but Harvard must distill these ideas into a true mission that is both attainable and agreeable to the University community.

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Central Administration

Capital Campaign Plans Underway

Harvard is currently in the quiet phase of a multi-billion dollar capital campaign, which will aim to raise money for House renewal and development in Allston.

Student Groups

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Student Groups

Because Candy Grams Are So Last Year

Not sure what to give your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day? Think expensive chocolate is too cliché? Not into the cheesy romantic stuff? Don’t worry: the Class Clowns (Harvard’s undergraduate clown club) has a solution guaranteed to make your Valentine smile.

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Donations Fall in FY 2010

Donations to Harvard for fiscal year 2010 totaled $596.96 million, placing it second among colleges and universities across the nation, according to an annual survey released earlier this week by the Council for Aid to Education.

Central Administration

University Bond Sale Raises Less Than Expected

Harvard’s $601 million bond sale on Tuesday raised 20 percent less than had been planned earlier, as rising interest rates led to a decision to shrink the size of the deal.

Fundraising

Harvard Fundraising Remains Steady in Trying Times

Harvard University received donations worth $596 million in the fiscal year ending June 30, down slightly from the $602 million raised a year earlier.

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HHI Seeks More Haiti Donations

Almost three months after the 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative is asking for more donations.

Fundraising

Economy's Strain on Gifts May Not Affect Upcoming Capital Campaign, Donors Say

Though the University’s chief fundraiser reported an adverse effect on gift receipts compared to last year, University donors said last week that the current dip in numbers may not necessarily indicate weakened support for Harvard’s upcoming capital campaign.

Central Administration

University Plans Capital Campaign

Harvard has begun planning for its next capital campaign after over five years of delays.

Cambridge to Calpuco
Ed School

Cambridge to Calpuco

A group of students from the Graduate School of Education who started Learning Through Libraries presented the preliminary results of their efforts to expand literary education internationally.

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Poets and performers alike are banding together to raise money and awareness of the Haitian tragedy.

On Campus

Passion and Compassion

Artists are often perceived as reclusive, resentful of society, so adamant about their privacy that the public becomes all the ...

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