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The Red Line: Will the MBTA's Troubles Never Cease?

In George Orwell's 1984, the world operates as smoothly as a well-oiled machine under the dictates of Big Brother. Human

Electricians, MBTA Agree on Pact

Members of the electricians' union whose work is vital to the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) red line extension project,

The Red Line: Will the MBTA's Troubles Never Cease?

In George Orwell's 1984, the world operates as smoothly as a well-oiled machine under the dictates of Big Brother. Human

You Should Be Dancing

When the rest of the Class of 1980 picks up their diplomas today, Elizabeth Wilkerson '80 may be dancing. Two

Wald Participates in Tehran Conference

George Wald, Higgins Professor of Biology, the Reverend Charles A. Kimball, Proctor at the World Religous Center of the Divinity

River St. Group Runs Massage Clinic

What do the arms race, drug addiction, migraine headaches and prison riots have in common? Anxiety tension, according to members

Which Way Should Radcliffe Face?

Radcliffe is undergoing an identity crisis. The Radcliffe trustees decision to eliminate the Radcliffe Forum this week brought into the

Burton Wolfman to Leave Radcliffe, Will Become Brandeis Budget Director

Burton I. Wolfman, administrative dean of Radcliffe College, will leave his post in June to become director of the budget

Students Design Program For Mentally Handicapped

For 15 mentally handicapped children in Cambridge, Harvard and Eliot House are almost like summer camp. Every Saturday those 15

Tending the Family Business

A LEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE wrote that America possessed a unique advantage in that it was born a democracy and had

Women at Conference Voice Concern About Forum Closing

Last week's decision by the Radcliffe Board of Trustees to eliminate the Radcliffe Forum dominated conversation at Saturday's day-long symposium

Local 26 and University To Start Negotiations Soon

Representatives of Local 26, the dining hall workers union, will begin its contract renegotiations with the University on April 9.

An Almost-Brilliant Movie

M Y BRILLIANT CAREER is almost a brilliant movie. Judy Davis's stunning performance as Sybylla Melvin, a woman who struggles

McHenry Discusses U.N. Controversy

F. Donald McHenry, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said last night he "wasn't in on the discussion" leading to

Rowing Towards Moscow?

John MacEachern and Charlie Altekruse don't like to think about the possibility of an Olympic boycott. The Crimson oarsmen are

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