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James Cramer

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Plastics? Not these people

Pre-professionalism is a badly mangled term. It's the kind of label that magazines and newspapers love to slap on students

Kissinger Is Cool To Harvard Offer

Henry A. Kissinger '50, who is expected to reject a tenure offer from Columbia University, will probably not accept a

At Last, The Final Chapter

Two administrators recently got to talking over lunch about the issue of housing. They mentioned that they had been mired

Nothing New Here

After several months of delay the third of Dean Rosovsky's seven task forces-the task force on college life-released its report.

Task Force Favors 'No-Choice' Housing

A "no-choice" pre-freshman House assignment and increased credit for performing arts are among the major recommendations in the college life

Jaded philosophies

P ERHAPS it is unfair ro review a single issue of the journal Daedalus in a collection of book reviews.

Practicing what you preach

James Q. Wilson spends a lot of his class time talking about problems in implementation. He has studied and lectured

A drinking problem in the College

Students, by virtue of the brief time that they spend in school, sometimes have a short-sighted view of things. Reactions

Re-doing Harvard

Soon after Dean Rosovsky commissioned a review of undergraduate education in 1974, it became clear that the primary impetus for

Core Task Force Recommends Major Changes for Gen Ed

The report of the task force on core curriculum, released today, recommends the first major changes in General Education since

CARTER WINS

Mississippi's seven electoral votes gave Jimmy Carter the margin he needed early this morning to become the 39th President of

Heinz Narrowly Beats Green In Pennsylvania Senate Race

Personal wealth triumphed over political savvy last night as Republican Rep. H. John Heinz III, scion of the Heinz pickle

Schmidt Fills The Shoes That Daly Left

One year ago today Charles U. Daly, then vice president for government and community affairs, was engaged in the final

University Gets $59 Million In Private Gifts for 1975-76

Private gifts to the University rose by more than 12 per cent for 1975-76, reaching about $59 million, officials in

Ex B&G Man To Appeal Threat Verdict

A former Buildings and Grounds superintendent found guilty this summer on charges of threatening a female Harvard student, has filed

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads