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Peter R. Reynolds

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Tenting Tonight

W E HUDDLED around the campfire that someone had made in John Harvard's lap. It wasn't actually a campfire, it

Army Troops In, Tramples Track Men

The Army track team defeated Harvard, 78-57, across the river Saturday afternoon. However, team trainer Henry Jannergran's wife best described

BASKETBALL VS. BOSTON COLLEGE

This afternoon at 1:30 in the Indoor Athletic Building the Crimson will return to the hardwood, still looking for their

Sullivan Becomes Cross-Country All-American, Finishes Fourteenth in National Championship

The Anne Sullivan show ended its first season in the big time with a strong final episode that is sure

'Cliffe Fencers Triumph, Stab Rhode Island, 15-6

The Harvard women's fencing team cut holes in the Rhode Island College team, slashing their way to a 15-1 victory

Sullivan Leads Radcliffe Romp To Ivy Cross-Country Title

Victory comes from hard work and speed, not to mention many other intangibles--such as desire to win, spirit and luck

Hunt Guides 'Cliffe Cross-Country

"If you don't enjoy a laugh each day, then what the hell is life worth," chortled Pappy Hunt, coach of

Yale Board of Trustees Freezes Faculty Hiring

The Yale University Board of Trustees announced last Friday that it will suspend the hiring of faculty, staff and administration

Rev. Abernathy Fears Violence

The Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy, former head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, who paid an informal visit to Cambridge

Sullivan Breaks Record Again

In greater Boston, Radcliffe tops them all. Anne Sullivan broke the Franklin Park course record for the third time in

HEW Certifies Community Health Plan

The Harvard Community Health Plan, an innovative program combining preventive care and health insurance, received certification September 28 from the

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads