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Photograph by Jim Harrison

Education Executive

Harvard Portrait

Harvard by the Numbers

Sweeping Change for Science

Map Miscreant

Supporting Young Scientists

Yesterday's News

A Woman in Science
Developing a Diverse Faculty

"A Physician to Institutions"

A Living Political Monument


Therapeutic Cloning Reseach Approved

The Undergraduate



Not a Level Playing Field

In early July, heavy equipment had its way with the football field inside Harvard Stadium. Work crews removed the natural grass and, below, began laying in a sand and gravel drainage system, a substratum for the new artificial turf being installed (see "The Stadium, Returfed," July-August, page 74). The football team will play its first home game on the new field against Holy Cross on September 16.

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