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Noun1.Harvard University - a university in Massachusetts
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Just 2 1/2 years after arriving in America, she enrolled in Radcliffe College, and then later in Harvard Law School.
Her research on black diaspora women architects is archived at the Schlesinger Library of Radcliffe College, Harvard University.
Platt attended Radcliffe College in Cambridge, Mass., completing her undergraduate work at Trinity College, Washington, with a BA in English Literature.
Harvard itself admitted only male undergraduates until a partial merger with Radcliffe College in 1977.
When a daring rescue after a deadly Trencher attack makes him a minor hero, Robert wins a scholarship to Radcliffe College, an all-women's school, to study empirical philosophy.
Born into a wealthy landholding family with a tradition of political activism in south-eastern Sindh province, she enjoyed a privileged childhood and went on to study political science and philosophy at Radcliffe College and Oxford University.
Honorary Phi Beta Kappa Award (1989), presented by Radcliffe College , Harvard University .
The women-only Radcliffe College merged with the men-only Harvard College in 1976 and continues to compete in its traditional black and white under the Radcliffe name.
By: Mahmoud Oraby CAIRO -- 23 November 2017: "When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us." AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA H Keller When she was around a year and a half, Hellen Keller suffered from a scarlet fever which took away her sight and hearing yet that did not stop in her from learning reading and writing, not only that, she graduated with honors from Radcliffe College in 1904 and went on to write 13 books and many articles, most prominent of her books is her autobiography The Story of My Life 1902.
The final 1999 merger between Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges resulted in the creation of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (formerly the Bunting Institute)--but it also resulted in the disappearance of Radcliffe College, as many had long feared.
Kennedy earned her Juris Doctorate law degree from Columbia Law School and holds a Bachelors of Arts from Radcliffe College, Harvard University.
He was a Harvard Law School student while Maureen was a Radcliffe College undergraduate when the two met for the first time on a blind date.