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Business Insider
Harvard is one step closer to offering free tuitionHarvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — received
Harvard is one step closer to offering free tuition
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
Harvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — received some good news on Wednesday. Harvard University sent word that he had qualified to be a candidate for the Board of Overseers. "Given those very hectic and intense couple... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Umlazi teen’s acceptance into HarvardMfundo Radebe. Photo: supplied WHEN I first met 18-year-old Mfundo Radebe from
Umlazi teen’s acceptance into Harvard
News 24 South Africa / Posted 4 days ago
Mfundo Radebe. Photo: supplied WHEN I first met 18-year-old Mfundo Radebe from Umlazi I knew this young man would make a difference to his generation. His ability to hold the attention with those who were probably three times his age and his... Read more
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Business Insider
Harvard has seen a surge in applicants who want to concentrate in a particular fieldFor the second year in a row, Harvard College had a record-breaking number of a
Harvard has seen a surge in applicants who want to concentrate in a particular field
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
For the second year in a row, Harvard College had a record-breaking number of applications — with a particularly big surge in students seeking to major in computer science. Moreover, the number of applicants interested in pursuing computer science... Read more
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WBUR Boston
Mass. Voters Volunteer Their Time In Hopes Of Making A Difference In The N.H. PrimaryIn a small state like New Hampshire, where do you hang the "Help Wanted" sign f
Mass. Voters Volunteer Their Time In Hopes Of Making A Difference In The N.H. Primary
WBUR Boston / Posted 5 days ago
In a small state like New Hampshire, where do you hang the "Help Wanted" sign for the many bodies you need to help you in your bid for the White House? Next door in Massachusetts of course, where we regularly produce campaign volunteers. Pictured... Read more
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Doctors Health Press
Excessive Facebook Checking Linked With Sleep Problems Facebook was launched in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his roommates from Harva
Excessive Facebook Checking Linked With Sleep Problems
Doctors Health Press / Posted 8 days ago
Facebook was launched in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his roommates from Harvard College, and since then it has become one of the most popular social media websites in the world. It has helped... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
U. receives record 29,313 applicants for Class of 2020The Office of Admission has received and processed a record applicant pool of 2
U. receives record 29,313 applicants for Class of 2020
Daily Princetonian / Posted 9 days ago
The Office of Admission has received and processed a record applicant pool of 29,313 applicants for the Class of 2020, the highest in the University’s history, Dean of Admissions Janet Rapelye said. The applicant pool for the class of 2020 marks an... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Berkeley Study Abroad offers summer program in Havana, CubaAfter a historic resumption of U.S.–Cuba diplomatic relations and a relaxation
Berkeley Study Abroad offers summer program in Havana, Cuba
The Daily Californian / Posted 10 days ago
After a historic resumption of U.S.–Cuba diplomatic relations and a relaxation of bilateral tensions, Berkeley Study Abroad is now offering a summer study abroad program in Havana, Cuba. As the first official campus faculty-led study abroad program... Read more
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Boston Herald
Sumner Redstone resigns as Viacom, CBS chairmanThe king has relinquished his crown, long live the king. Amid growing speculat
Sumner Redstone resigns as Viacom, CBS chairman
Boston Herald / Posted 10 days ago
The king has relinquished his crown, long live the king. Amid growing speculation about his health and his succession plans, Boston mogul Sumner Redstone, 92, has loosened the reins on his $45 billion media empire that includes CBS and Viacom. Les... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Goldman’s Blankfein says ‘feeling great’ after cancer treatmentLloyd Blankfein, chief executive and chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc, said
Goldman’s Blankfein says ‘feeling great’ after cancer treatment
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive and chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc, said on Wednesday he was “feeling great” after his cancer treatment. In his first interview after revealing in September that he had a “highly curable” form of cancer,... Read more
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Boston Globe
MIT and Harvard among the schools ‘most likely to pay you back,’ according to The Princeton ReviewWith college costs skyrocketing across the board, it’s important for any prospe
MIT and Harvard among the schools ‘most likely to pay you back,’ according to The Princeton Review
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
With college costs skyrocketing across the board, it’s important for any prospective student to take the Return On Investment (ROI) of each university into consideration. To help make the decision easier, The Princeton Review released their... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
There's a growing movement to end tuition at one of America's most prestigious collegesHarvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — has align
There's a growing movement to end tuition at one of America's most prestigious colleges
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
Harvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — has aligned himself with a liberal-sounding cause: He wants his alma mater to stop charging tuition. Unz is running with four other alums for a spot on the Harvard University... Read more
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Connecticut Post
There's a growing movement to end tuition at one of America's most prestigious collegesHarvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — has align
There's a growing movement to end tuition at one of America's most prestigious colleges
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
Harvard alumnus Ron Unz — ex-publisher of The American Conservative — has aligned himself with a liberal-sounding cause: He wants his alma mater to stop charging tuition. Unz is running with four other alums for a spot on the Harvard University... Read more
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Daily Mail
Michael Phelps flashes abs in Arizona State's 'Curtain of Distraction'Shirtless Michael Phelps flashes his abs and fake gold medals in Arizona State
Michael Phelps flashes abs in Arizona State's 'Curtain of Distraction'
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Shirtless Michael Phelps flashes his abs and fake gold medals in Arizona State University's infamous 'Curtain of Distraction' Michael Phelps made an appearance at the Arizona State University basketball game on Thursday as a part of the student... Read more
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Business Wire
PureTech Expands Scientific Advisory Board and Appoints New Senior Advisors“Our new advisors are visionaries in their fields and bring world-class experie
PureTech Expands Scientific Advisory Board and Appoints New Senior Advisors
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
“Our new advisors are visionaries in their fields and bring world-class experience to PureTech’s growing advisory network of distinguished scientists and clinicians,” said Daphne Zohar, Chief Executive Officer of PureTech Health. “We are delighted to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Will a 'time code,' finally explain the origin of the universe?Does the secret of the universe's origin lie in a 'quantum wiggle'? Primordial
Will a 'time code,' finally explain the origin of the universe?
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Does the secret of the universe's origin lie in a 'quantum wiggle'? Primordial clock signals could reveal if the Big Bang was actually a CRUNCH Ticks would appear in the cosmic microwave background from Big Bang The answers to the origin of the... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Richard D. Kaplan, award-winning architect, diesRichard D. Kaplan of New York and Palm Beach died on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, a
Richard D. Kaplan, award-winning architect, dies
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
Richard D. Kaplan of New York and Palm Beach died on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, after a brief illness. He was 82. Mr. Kaplan was an architect and senior trustee of the J.M. Kaplan Fund, a private New York-based foundation noted for its commitment to... Read more
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Covers.com
Brady vs. Manning: Which QB has made the most money for NFL bettors? -Put quite simply, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are two of the greatest quarterb
Brady vs. Manning: Which QB has made the most money for NFL bettors? -
Covers.com / Posted 23 days ago
Put quite simply, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are two of the greatest quarterbacks ever. They have each been a boon for NFL bettors, if you happened to bet on them. And if you plan on wagering on the AFC Championship Game, then you have no choice... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
How 'average' people become extraordinarySimon Cowell, JK Rowling and Oprah Winfrey were once far from successful people
How 'average' people become extraordinary
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Simon Cowell, JK Rowling and Oprah Winfrey were once far from successful people. Photos / Getty Mr Average? There's no such person. So how do you stand out from the crowd? Develop a "jagged profile", according to a new book. When Todd Rose was 21... Read more
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New York Magazine
Conservative Alumni Want to Make Harvard the Cheapest College in the CountryPhoto: CJ Gunther/EPA/Corbis Harvard University, like most elite private colle
Conservative Alumni Want to Make Harvard the Cheapest College in the Country
New York Magazine / Posted 29 days ago
Photo: CJ Gunther/EPA/Corbis Harvard University, like most elite private colleges, has basically become an academia-themed investment firm. By ushering so many of our nation’s best (or most privileged) young minds into highly lucrative professions —... Read more
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