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The Oh, Mama, Can this Really Be the End? Quiz

Another quiz? Well, why not? We've come a long way since the "Know-Your-President-Warts-and-All Quiz," and if we couldn't stop the

An Academic in the War

Edward F. Chamberlain, superintendent of Kirkland House, tells a story about a Kirkland celebration that took place some years back,

Introduction: Remembering Vietnam

The Vietnam War meant different things to the different people whose lives it affected. For the peasants of Vietnam, who

Ersatz Bertrand Russell

T HE PRAISE WITH WHICH some critics have greeted Celebration probably has more to do with their respect for its

The Going of the Americans

I N ONE OF KAFKA's short stories, an explorer arrives in a small, poor, and remote country, garrisoned by soldiers

The Joyce-Maynard-is-21,-The-Sixties-Are-History Quiz

The reading period quiz is a little premature this term, but so was Joyce Maynard's autobiography. She's off in the

The Last War Dispatches

Suddenly the war in Vietnam was a big story again. --Time, March 31 A MERICAN NEWSPAPER accounts of the Saigon

The Men Behind the Guinness Book

*Cleverest Grandfather Norris and Ross McWhirter acknowledge no limits to their distrust. In 22 years compiling 13 editions of the

Choosing A Heavyweight

T HE NICEST thing about Class Day is that it only comes once a year. Its high point is supposed

Third Force Comes to Boston

N GO CONG DUC speaks English haltingly, and he sometimes verges on seeming embarrassed at taking up his listeners' time--as

Trouble in Laputa

O NE OF THE nicest things about exams is the way they cut through convention and go right to the

The Guess-What's-Just-Around-the-Corner Quiz

Traditionally, The Crimson has provided a reading period Oldies Quiz. As an austerity measure, this service was cut back this

New Hearing Set For Demonstrators; Reporter Expelled

Judge John C. Geenty '55 again continued the case of seven students arrested in October's anti-Chilean Junta demonstrations at Boston

A Christmas Cavil

Since Christmases don't come but once per annum, When shortages of oil itself don't ban 'em, So charmed is Christmas

The Queens Comet

Every time I go home these days, all these people keep calling me up all the time to play basketball.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard