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Eileen M. Smith

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Afro-American Studies: On the Threshold

The Afro-American Studies Department is no stranger to controversy. The department grew out of the turbulent events of 1969, when

Rosovsky To Rule On Af-Am Committee

Dean Rosovsky said yesterday he will decide before the fall semester whether to create an executive committee on Afro-American Studies

Police Find Coins Stolen From Fogg

State and federal investigators Saturday completed their recovery of a collection of 5000 rare coins stolen from the Fogg Museum

Afro: A Decade Of Debate

When the Coalition for Awareness and Action included strengthening the Afro-American Studies Department as a demand of last Monday's student

Harvard Debating Team Takes National Title, Defeating Defending Champion Northwestern

When you have a 21-year-old grudge to avenge, you don't fool around. Harvard debaters Michael B. King '79 and John

An Afro-Am Lesson

Just like last year, the months of student protests, petitions and pressure have come down to one week of action

Coalition Links Boycott Issues In Statement

The Coalition for Awareness and Action, representing nine student groups, Thursday night released a statement explaining why they linked divestiture

Students to Rally For Afro-Am Today; Monday Class Boycott Gains Support

The Committee to Strengthen Afro-American Studies (CSAAS) will hold a rally in the Yard this afternoon to demonstrate student support

Student Groups Call for Boycott Of All Classes Next Monday

Representatives of ten student groups last night called for a boycott of all classes on April 23 to support the

Artery Renovation Still Under Debate

A spokesman for Gov. Edward J. King and Secretary of Transportation Barry Locke denied on Monday reports that the King

RISD Faculty Calls Off Strike Upon Settling of Major Issues

Students at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) returned to classes from spring vacation yesterday, after negotiations between the

Coalition Will Fight Air Traffic Routes

A Coalition of Boston Community groups opposed to the heading of Logan Airport traffic over heavily populated neighborhoods met at

Bill Seeks Compensation From Firms Leaving Area

A Boston-based organization of labor and community groups has introduced a bill to the state legislature which would prevent corporations

'Man of the Year' DeNiro Shyly Accepts Pudding Pot

When you look like Robert DeNiro, you don't have to say much. The star of "Taxi Driver" and "Mean Streets"

Wellesley Expects 8 Per Cent Jump In Tuition Charge

Following the lead of numerous universities, Wellesley College will raise tuition, room and board fees by about 8 per cent