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Scientist: Religion, Genetic Engineering Can Coexist

A giant in the world of genetics argued last night in a speech at Memorial Church that genetic engineering is

Straus, Mather Top Turkeys in Energy Saving Contest

By doing nothing more complicated than taking a minute to complete an online pledge and flip off a computer switch,

With New Look, Let’s Go Guides Hit Shelves

A year after a publisher-commissioned report called the Let’s Go travel guides “out of step,” the series has hit bookstore

Panelists Argue For More Early Education

Publicly funded preschool must be made accessible to all children to strengthen the future of the American workforce, panelists at


Group Raises Money for Israeli Soldiers

Harvard Students for Israel (HSI) held a three-day “Invest in Israel” sale last week, offering Israeli candy and “Shalom” T-shirts,

Students Learn of Soul, Spirit and Shamanism

Beating drums and shaking rattles to stir the spirits, a Kennedy School of Government (KSG) mid-career fellow explained the concept

In Record Numbers, Students Nab Tickets to The Game

With the Harvard-Yale Game less than three weeks away and with tickets no longer guaranteed to all students, more than

Study Links Painkillers, Hypertension

Common over-the-counter painkillers may be linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure in women, according to a new

Google Found Censoring Extremist Websites

More than 100 anti-Semitic, white supremacist and other controversial websites are currently being filtered by the French and German versions

Boxer Defends Vote Against War in Iraq

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) defended her vote against using force in Iraq last night and told a crowd at Harvard