George H. Watson


HAA to Continue On Same Budget

The HAA will continue to finance the University's extensive athletic operations on approximately the same curtailed budget that was adopted


$20 Million Still Needed For Program

With scarcely more than 20 days until Commencement, the Program for Harvard College is still more than $20 million short


Squalid Life in Mississippi: The Same Old Tale Retold

Cambridge has turned up more than its share of young literary discoveries recently, so few will be shocked at the


Sanction Granted To Leave Houses

The Administration has decided as a temporary policy to allow members of the Class of 1959 to live outside the


Group Fails to Decide On Exodus from Houses

No decision on whether to allow members of the Class of 1959 to live outside the Houses came from yesterday's


Masters Meet To Consider Housing Poll

House Masters will meet this morning with Dean Watson to consider results of last week's poll on whether members of


Deans to Poll Juniors About Lodging Choice

Some members of the Class of 1959 may be able to live outside the University's House system next year in


College, Radcliffe Tuition Raised to $1250; Increase Permits Higher Faculty Salaries

Tuition in Harvard College and Radcliffe will increase from $1,000 to $1,250 for the academic year 1958-59, President Pusey revealed


Teaching Fellow Post May Face Elimination

Present discussion within the Faculty may result in the abolition of the status of teaching fellows, Dean Bundy confirmed yesterday.


Program Opens in Boston

The Program for Harvard College last night staged what was probably the most elaborate dinner ever devoted to raising money


Soviet Union Proposes Exchange of Students

Soviet Ambassador Georgi Zarubin increased hopes of closer relations between Harvard and the University of Moscow yesterday when he specifically


Committee Will Study Living Out of College

More freedom for students who want to live outside of University dormitories and Houses may result from the study of


Mather Stays With Leverett Until Fall '60

Leverett House will control Mather Hall until the fall of 1960, although by September, 1959, it will be an enclave


The Gondoliers

Two happy events occurred Monday night. In the acts of God category, arid Cambridge felt a few drops of rain;


Man and Superman

The Theatre on the Green appears to be climbing a platonic ladder of laughs, and with the current production of

Divest Harvard Assembles

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty