June Harvard College more than 1000 seniors for which most of them are unprepared. At least 650 seniors will have
At least 16 graduating seniors will join Peace Corps programs all over the world this summer. According to Michael Shinagel,
What kind of a day was it in Cambridge yesterday? It depended on, who you were. For those taking examinations
The New York Stock Exchange came almost all the way back yesterday, after a black Monday that saw the largest
Mark Mullin ran his last race for Harvard Saturday at Villanova, and ended one of Harvard's most distinguished athletic careers
East House's production of Heart-break House was not quite bad enough to set George Bernard Shaw rolling in his grave.
With a somewhat surprising cast of heroes--Jack Spitzberg, Chris Ohiri, Hobie Armstrong, Hank Hatch, and Jack Jones--the varsity track team
At last, a track meet. Harvard track fans, starved for a glimpse of their heroes in action, need only show
Chris Ohiri's umpteenth injury of the year and an absolutely insane schedule of events may have ruined the varsity track
The Master of Dunster House broke up a pool game Tuesday as a professional "hustler" was winning $515 from an
Radcliffe students reacted with the expected mixture of aloofness and indifference yesterday to the plight of their sisters at Vassar.
In one of his finest performances, captain Mark Mullin led the varsity track team to victory over Dartmouth and Brown
, the Red Sox. A thrilling it was indeed to watch the heroes stumble to a ridiculously 8-7 victory over
Quite apart from who produces it, Can-Can is not the Great American Musical. In fact, it boggles the senses to
This hayere show they's a-puttin' on at Kirkland Hayuse roun' about now has hits annoyin' aspects, ya know? Lak Ah