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Alums ask Harvard to retract bonuses

A group of 10 Harvard University alums recently asked their alma mater to take back over $20 million in bonuses awarded to the money managers of its endowment, calling their compensation "exorbitant" and "unnecessary" in a letter to Harvard President Drew Faust.

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Strait Talk chats it up on Taiwan

Since starting out as a simple idea from Johnny Lin '08, the Strait Talk Symposium that brings together student delegates to discuss United States-China-Taiwan relations has transformed into an up-and-coming non-profit organization preparing to stand on its own.

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SDS protests CIA, Raytheon recruiters

Protesting the presence of representatives of the CIA and defense contractor Raytheon to recruit on campus, members of Students for a Democratic Society simulated dead bodies in the back of Sayles Hall during Tuesday's crowded Career Fair.

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Minorities ignored by media, professors say

Speaking to a half-full Salomon 101 Tuesday afternoon, three professors touched on topics ranging from the near-invisibility of the African-American female voter in the mass media's current election coverage to various aspects of identity politics in their discussion of gender and race in the 2008 presidential ...

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Prof. gives Israeli prize to Palestinians

Earlier this year, Professor Emeritus of Applied Mathematics David Mumford captured headlines worldwide after earning the prestigious Wolf Foundation Prize, a top academic award for scientists and artists handed out by the Israeli non-profit.

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TA shortage fuels caps on chem enrollment

Struggling to find available graduate student teaching assistants for the laboratory sections of the quickly growing CHEM 0330: "Equilibrium, Rate and Structure," the Chemistry Department has placed limits this semester on the number of undergraduate students allowed to take the course, said Peter Weber, ...

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39-year-old writer returns to hit the books

Since leaving Brown in 1990, Scott Poulson-Bryant '08 helped found VIBE Magazine, wrote for prominent publications like the New York Times and the Village Voice, interviewed Prince and Beyonce Knowles and sold two books. Yet, for the 39-year-old journalist and author, something still seemed to be missing. ...

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Former Mass. Gov. Swift speaks on leadership in crises

Drawing from personal experiences during her time in public office, former Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift shared various perspectives on leadership Wednesday by recounting lessons she learned during her tumultuous term as governor - one that included fiscal crisis, the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks ...

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Kids, creatures and cameras from Salazar '09

Gabby Salazar '09 has always found a way to combine her love of photography with business. In high school, the aspiring nature photographer started selling portraits in her hometown of Pleasant Garden, N.C., to earn the money necessary to pursue her hobby.

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