Gen Ed," the term that dominates of Harvard education, was probably coined by some freshman or sophomore 15 years ago.
The proper teaching of science is probably the greatest problem before American secondary education. Yet the schools must not only
September, 1954, was not a particularly important juncture in the history of Harvard University. Nor, for that matter, does June,
"Can a Catholic ever be President of the United States?" This is the question posed by this thin little book,
Forty Russian youths will visit the United States this summer, while a like number of American students will tour the
Dore Schary's new play succeeds both as drama and history. Dealing with Franklin Roosevelt's poliomyelitis attack, his recuperation, and his
"Summa cum laude" degrees are harder to win in the Social Sciences than in the Natural Sciences or the Humanities,
Dean Bundy insisted yesterday that the size of the incoming class should not be reduced. Bundy said he saw no
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 23-- Some well-spirited Yalie walking out of the Bowl just described this afternoon's exhibition as "Yale's greatest
NEW YORK, Nov. 18--Pete Reider set a fast early pace, but fell back and finished nineteenth in this afternoon's IC4A
For the first time all year a Soldiers Field policeman yesterday asked reporters for identification before admitting them to practice.
The Program for Harvard College is rolling right along on schedule with collections up to expectations as the big push
Athletic Ticket booklets may not be irreplaceable after all. Thomas D. Bolles, director of Athletics, said yesterday that he hoped
"Grades in courses are a necessary evil, but for the exceptionally qualified student they might not be necessary"--Kenneth B. Murdock
"Gen Ed," the term that dominates talk of Harvard education, was probably coined by some freshman or sophomore ten years