"One of the activities from which I derive particular pleasure is the doing-in of clergymen," says Jim Sheppe, smiling broadly.
R ICHARD GOODWIN IS writing a play. Every morning he drives from his house in the Concord woods to a
Someone asked Mike Schubert in his junior year of high school whether he thought he'd grow up to be famous.
Harvard collects an enormous amount of information about you. Your application to the College begins a vast process of fact-collecting
At the core of every magic trick is a lie. When the silk has changed its color, when the chosen
The Chiang Kai-Shek memorial occupies several city blocks of space in the center of Taipei. Only a short walk from
President Bok's 1979 annual report--which he devoted entirely to a critical evaluation of the Business School--left the faculty and administration
Walter J. Salmon, Kresge Professor of Marketing at the Business School since 1970, will be the first to occupy the
It is the age of the proportional profits elephant, the time of the corporate fable, when a format meant for
The Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (SASC) is sending $200 to the Zimbabwe Patriotic Front to help support the Front's national
W HEN PRESIDENT BOK suggested last spring that the Business School should de-emphasize its use of the "case method," faculty
Jennifer R. Goodman of Cambridge and Thomas M. Doerflinger of Allston will receive the 1980 Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essays
The Associates of Harvard Business School, a group of corporate alumni and advisers, came to the school's defense last week
Two third-year law students filed suit Friday against the U.S. Army, charging that the use of taxpayers' money to pay
A bomb threat from a man who claimed affiliation with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) forced the evacuation of some