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Stephen Blyth

Stephen Blyth
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As Harvard Management Company is in transition, its CEO, who had been on medical leave, resigns.

7.27.16

Tim Mayotte

The former Wimbledon semifinalist aims to improve the Crimson squad’s level of play.

3.11.15

Kenyatta Smith ’15 tallied 12 points and made six of seven shots against Brown on Saturday. If he performs reliably in the post against Yale, it will go a long way toward advancing Harvard’s NCAA tournament hopes.

After losing to Yale and defeating Brown, Harvard men’s basketball faces a one-game playoff.

3.9.15

At yesterday’s conference, Paul Farmer, Kolokotrones University Professor of global health and social medicine, spoke about how the Ebola outbreak exposed the need to raise the standard of basic medical care in West Africa. Farmer said that “low aspirations” are “the poison we have to work against.”

At a Harvard Medical School conference, experts discussed lessons from the epidemic.

3.6.15

President Drew Faust

President Faust on the Selma march for voting rights

3.6.15

Wien professor of drama and of English and comparative literature Martin Puchner, who has directed development of the proposal on the theater concentration

An undergraduate concentration in “theater, dance, and media” comes into focus.

3.3.15

Implementing Harvard College’s honor code

3.3.15