To the editors: While Elizabeth W. Green’s Fifteen Minutes scrutiny, “A Classy Affair” ( Nov. 13 ), on the lack
This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court will issue its decision in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases, potentially having
1999 SEPTEMBER Harvard agrees to pay the City of Boston $40 million over 20 years in lieu of taxes, ending
The bookcase is bare, except for a thin volume called An Introduction to Logic, as Andrew A. Jantz leans his
Like millions of other people around the country last week, I jetted off to be with my family for Thanksgiving.
Seven Cambridge Fire Department units responded to alarms in Lehman Hall in Harvard Yard on Wednesday set off by an overheated electrical generator. No fire was reported.
Members of TrueMajority parked their traveling parade on Mt. Auburn St. last week. The group, founded by Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen, will travel cross-country in their unconventional vehicles.
BOSTON—U.S. Senators John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) and John S. McCain (R-Ariz.) reflected on their service in Vietnam during an awards
Packed boxes lay scattered around Donna Brazile's Kennedy School office, where the former campaign manager for Al Gore `69 has
Though George W. Bush didn't win Massachusetts last night, his Bay State supporters didn't seem to care. At Boston's Commonwealth
The face of Cambridge business is constantly changing, and the year ahead will be no exception. With several major development
Early tomorrow morning, a plane carrying John S. McCain will touch down in South Carolina, and the candidate who pulled
Upon hearing the name "Harvard-Radcliffe College Democrats," most students probably think they have a good idea of the club's purpose
Edward F. Meinert Jr., the Harvard Extension School student who had been posing as a Harvard undergraduate earlier this month,