Peter A. Landry


After Harvard, Danvers

The last gasp came in October. Bitter spasm of emotion, relationship dead. Neither of us expected it to last, of


Harvard Drops Two at World Series

It was a second-straight exercise in frustration for Harvard's Eastern champion baseball team in the College World Series of Baseball


Quest for 1974 District I Title Begins Tomorrow

It's tough to follow an act like last spring's Cinderella baseball story. A year ago, Harvard's Crimson squad ran up


Rutledge and Bennett Capture All-American Honors

Foil fencer Philippe Bennett and sabre man Gordon Rutledge, kingpins on Harvard's Ivy co-champion fencing team this year, saved their


Rutledge, Bennett Advance Into Finals

In a carbon-copy repetition of last year, two out of three Harvard fencers survived the preliminary round of competition and


Crimson Fencers Start Nationals Today

Three Harvard fencers will try to end the Crimson fencing season on a positive note as they join fencers from


The Portuguese: A Heritage of Oppression A Search for Identity

For most of the Portuguese in Cambridge, the plunge from the familiar rural-agricultural life of the Azores into the mainstream


Cambridge's Forgotten Minority

(This is part one. Part two, an examination of ethnic identity and political organization in the Portuguese community, will appear


Rutledge Edged Out of Sabre Finals

It was a weekend of disappointment for Harvard's fencing team. Co-champions in the Ivy League and Ivy weapon titlists in


Fencers Disappoint in IF As; Crimson Fades in Foil, Epee

Harvard's Ivy champion foil and epee teams, expected to be among top contenders in this year's IFA Championships, failed to


Fencers Begin IF A Title Quest Today

Harvard's fencing team, buoyant after capturing a share of its first Ivy title ever, will seek additional honors this weekend,


Yale Upsets Fencers, 14-13; Crimson Must Share Ivy Title

Harvard's quixotic fencing team, on the threshhold of clinching sole possession of its first Ivy title, failed to maintain its


Fencers Crush Quakers, Clinch Share of Ivy Title

Harvard's Cinderella fencing team tried championship slippers on for size Saturday, after humiliating defending Ivy titlist Penn, 18-9, at the


Fencers Rally to Subdue Tigers, 15-12

A year ago the Harvard fencing team had as much trouble winning against Ivy League competition as Richard Nixon has


Petering Out

Never have 36 minutes of fisticuffs meant so much to the careers of two men as the 12 rounds of

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out