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After the Wall, Harvard's Experts Lend a Hand

As Eastern Europe rushes headlong into capitalism, professors and administrators at the Kennedy School of Government are trying to make

K-School on Gay Recruitment: No Thanks, Just a Thought

The debate over diversity took a new twist at the Kennedy School of Government this year, when an advisory committee

Hart Speaks to 200 at IOP

The United States should take advantage of the end of the Cold War and focus on domestic reform, former U.S.

Tales of Two Fine Fellows

Foreign correspondent Peter Ross Range's career has taken him many exotic places--Europe Japan and Vietnam, to name a few. And

Is it Time for a New Paradigm?

Some are calling it the new wave in conservative thought. Others are saying there is nothing new about it. As

New IOP Fellows Announced

Marking the 25th anniversary of its fellows program, the Institute of Politics (IOP) introduced this spring's six new visiting associates

Liebman Top Choice For Columbia Law Dean

A Harvard professor is the top choice of faculty members at Columbia Law School to become the institution's next dean,

Putnam Says Ruling Won't Deter K-School

The Kennedy School of Government will do everything within its power to prevent a recent federal decision regarding financial aid

Students Discuss Protest Of Sullivan Appearance

Anticipating a visit today by Secretary of Health and Human Services Louis Sullivan, several Dunster House residents have expressed concern

Paper Cup Plan Goes Awry

In an effort to draw attention to the amount of paper wasted by Harvard students, the Philips Brooks House Environmental

Dental School Tests New Drug

Currently, the only thing dentists can do to treat gum disease is prescribe a remedy of increased hygiene and sometimes

Students Look to Abortion Fight

In the midst of a controversial Supreme Court confirmation and heightened debate over abortion across the country, the organizers of

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