About 40 Radcliffe senior women representing the various Houses met in Phillips Brooks House last night to organize a Commencement
I F IGURE THAT HOLLYWOOD promised to most of America what the Gatsbys did once upon a time: the possibility
T HE FALL of 1967 was to be the last fall Kimberly Roth would spend in Troy. Autumn makes no
T HE UGLINESS of The Exorcist (directed by William Friedkin) is calculated for cheap thrills. It pounds at you mechanically
The day before yesterday, America began its sixth year of life with Richard Nixon. Since Nixon took over, movies in
P ERHAPS because the making of the Women's Movement was in the middle class--maybe good, maybe bad--the most vocal of
H APPY NEW YEAR (directed by Claude Lelouch, starring Francoise Fabian, Charles Gerard and Lino Ventura) is so much gauzy
I T WAS THE MATCH the world awaited. That should be qualified: a quite special world awaited the Riggs-King spectacle,
I WAS RIPE for something rotten even before I got it here. And that freshman year, four years ago, was
T HE CLUBHOUSE looks out over a square mile or so of grass courts banked by ridges of trees and
T HE WHITNEY in the spring is a grim faced place. A meagre garden decks its front, and the inside
P ICTURE a wealthy suburb of Detroit--sprawling Georgian housefronts set on man-made rolls of lawns smooth as golf greens. Except
M ENTION "PARIS '68" to any French student and watch his face cloud with regret for a dream in defeat.
A S AN OLDTIMER to the Square might tell it, all the real Activism has gone out of Harvard Square.
T HE STORIES old men tell are cast differently than the stories young men tell. The difference comes out in