Nancy F. Bauer

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Seeking Lost Scholarship and Getting Out the 'Extra'

On a miserably cold January night in the throes of reading period at three in the morning. I was launched

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Looking Within

H IS CRITICS thought they had Derek Bok by the scruff of the neck. Picking at the few nuggets of

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Top of the Charts: Wayne, Alvin and the Beach Boys

Where I come from, "Christmas Music" means a battered album called "With Compliments from Firestone in STEREOPHONIC SOUND," which my

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A Painful Tax Break

If current econometric models are to be believed, there is now one fewer reason to give to the charity of

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'The Ptashne Fiasco':

In the beginning, there was confusion. The money managers were neophytes in the world of "venture capitalism": the academics had

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Head of Hospital Resigns After 19 Months in Boston

The president of Brigham and Women's Hospital, a Harvard-affiliated facility, resigned this week after 19 months as chief executive officer

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Shock, Disgust, Philosophizing

The whole thing was over in a matter of seconds, but the bullets from the cheap .22-caliber handgun that sounded

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My Happy Summer in France

I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the Springtime. [crescendo con

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To Boycott, or Not to Boycott?

Twelve down, one to go. Having disputed the issue since December, residents of Adams House this week voted in a

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A Question of Negligence

Two-and-a-half years ago, Gena Glicklich, a 39-year-old student at the School of Education, noticed a small lump in one of

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WCAS

WCAS-AM, "the Cambridge alternative" radio station, stopped broad-casting this weekend despite attempts by community members and the WCAS staff to

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Corporation Approves Hikes In Tuition, Room, Board Fees

The Corporation this week approved a Faculty recommendation increasing undergraduate tuition, room and board for the 1981-82 academic year to

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Wanted: New Management

Last year, students complained loudly when the campus news delivery service failed to deliver copy after copy of the New

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Over the $10,000 Barrier, Into the Blue

Last year at about this time, nnance officials and other administrators began to hint that undergraduate tuition would jump more

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Tuition Fees Could Rise 15 Per Cent

Undergraduate tuition for the 1981-82 academic year will probably run between 10 and 15 per cent higher than this year's

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