Marcela L. Davison


Tulip Time

Spring is the season when lovers walk hand in hand, frisbee players and dogs abound and the men from the


Choral Society's Management Keeps Quiet to Avoid Panic

The secrecy surrounding the tenure case of F. John Adams '67, senior lecturer of Music, and the resignation of Virginia


Choir Officer Resigns Post In Protest

Virginia L. Mackay-Smith '78, Radcliffe Choral Society tour manager, resigned her post last month in a letter to the choral


Crowd Previews Outdoor Musical In Sever Quad

Rehearsals for "Two Gentlemen of Verona," Harvard's first outdoor musical, drew large crowds yesterday at the Sever Quadrangle and provided


Seniors Preview Harvard

Memories of smiling admissions officers wafted through the air yesterday as 45 high school seniors visited Harvard during the second


Zoology Museum Exhibition Picks Old Bones

If you've been dying to see the skeletons in Harvard's closet, the Museum of Comparitve Zoology has dragged out a


Freshman Housing Forms Await Rosovsky Decision On Dean Fox's Proposal

The distribution of freshman housing forms will be delayed for two weeks pending a decision by Dean Rosovsky on Dean


Enrollment In Foreign Affairs Rises

The upcoming retirement of a popular History professor has pushed up enrollment in his two courses, while a pair of


Gilmore Execution Is Setback To Opponents of Death Penalty

The execution of Gary Gilmore has not helped death penalty abolitionists in their fight, Dr. Hugo Bedau, professor of philosophy


Cause of Legionnaires' Disease Found

A previously unknown bacteria caused the outbreak of legionnaires' disease which killed 29 persons in Philadelphia last summer, federal health


Harwell Will Resign as Tutor; Accepts Fiscal Services Post

John S. Harwell, senior tutor at Mather House, will be resigning his tutorial post June 30. Harwell has accepted and


National Security Council Appoints Pastor to Post

Zbigniew Brzezinski, President-elect Carter's national security advisor, has named Robert A. Pastor, a teaching fellow and Ph.D. candidate in the


Lamont Collects Crowds Despite Super Bowl Lure

Lamont was still crowded despite the game. Yet even the most conscientious students couldn't have escaped the voices of Curt


Reservations Cancel Rush, Holiday Charters Limited

The Harvard Student Agency (HSA) is only offering charter flights to California for the upcoming vacation because of the small

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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