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

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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Jaded philosophies

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

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Practicing what you preach

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

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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

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Re-doing Harvard

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

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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

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CARTER WINS

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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