What began in the fall of 2007 and ends now was, for me, an avowed departure from the pitfalls of British university culture and embrace of the liberal arts system espoused by Harvard.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Until Labor Day, an altarpiece from the Italian region of Abruzzo will be on display at the
VENICE, Italy — Venice presents a visual marathon, hinting at a city that can never hold enough examples of different
Emma M. Lind ’09 Editorial chair emeritus Forced to lower its dues because of the financial crisis, the Porcellian Club
Yesterday was the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War, as well as American citizens’ annual opportunity
NEW YORK — I have become a native American. No, not that kind. Merely, I feel like I have been
You can play in the hay, Hillary, but enjoy it while it lasts. Barack Obama said as much when he
In a presidential address to the Church of England’s national assembly earlier last week, Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, apologized
Noted anthropologist David Maybury-Lewis died at home last Sunday. The death of the former Henderson Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus came
Elizabeth J. Perry, a Chinese politics specialist, was named director of the Harvard-Yenching Institute last week. Perry begins her new
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Harvard Law Professor Charles Ogletree Jr., ‘Renaissance Lawyer’ and Staunch Civil Rights Defender, Dies at 70
Harvard Overhauls College Application in Wake of Affirmative Action Decision