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Robert Nozick, Philosophy Scholar, Dies of Cancer

Robert Nozick, a renowned Harvard thinker who challenged the welfare state in an influential work that defended Libertarian ideas, died

Bono Addresses Class of 2001

Bono, the lead singer for the world famous rock band U2 and the guest speaker at yesterday's Class Day ceremony,

Bono's Long Journey Brings Him to Harvard

Carrying nothing more than a few small bags and a single guitar, the four members of U2 stand calmly in

Settling the Score at Fox Music

“Lady Marmalade,” which features five of the hottest divas in the music world—Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliot, Mya and

Four Seniors Awarded Stride Rite Fellowships

Four seniors will be able to pursue full time community service projects next year as recipients of the Stride Rite

Pforzheimer House Names Senior Tutor

After seven years as the senior tutor of Pforzheimer House, Dirk M. Killen `82 will leave Harvard next year to

HLS Professors Criticize Current Voting Process

A panel of four legal experts spoke at the Harvard Law School yesterday about the aftermath of the Florida election

Power Restored to Lowell House

Power was restored to Lowell House at 3:45 a.m. yesterday, after nearly 5 hours of power trouble. The Engineering and

Now & Then: The Selection of Rudenstine's Successor Bears Many Similarities to the Pusey Search

The deadline to select a new University president was fast approaching. The nation had just chosen its own new president.

Tufts President Backs Protesters

After less than 36 hours of protesting, Tufts student activists got their way yesterday when university President John DiBiaggio issued

Tufts Students Seize Campus Building

MEDFORD--25 Tufts students barricaded themselves inside a key campus administrative building yesterday, vowing to stay until the university's president strengthens

Gates Donates $25M to School of Public Health

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation gave $25 million yesterday to the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the

400 Protest Discrimination Policy at Tufts

More than 400 people attended a rally at Tufts University yesterday arguing that the school's non-discrimination policy does not adequately

First-Year Releases Bluegrass CD

After playing fiddle for the past nine years, Gabriel J. Jostrom '04 has released his first bluegrass CD this month--weaving

Brandeis Student Loses Appeal Against School Disciplinary Board

David A. Schaer, a former Brandeis University student who accused the school of unfairly disciplining him for alleged date rape