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Andrew T. Karron

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Altman: Hitting the Myth

"I don't mean to suggest that the sixties were a decade without myths--I doubt whether any moment in history is

Jerry and Rupert

T HE 1980 PRESIDENTIAL race is heating up. That, at least, is the impression one gets from reading the recent

Harvard: A different kind of summer camp

The Harvard Summer School is a throwback to an earlier era. Prior to World War II, undergraduate admissions requirements had

Manfred Jonas Selected As Warren Fellow

Manfred Jonas, chairman of the history department at Union College, will come to Harvard this fall as a research fellow

Thompson Meets 'Rabble' In Forum at Law School

"All lawyers should be castrated and all law schools burnt to the ground," Hunter S. Thompson told an overflow crowd

Dust Bowl Refugee

B URIED DEEP in the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records, along with the stories about the two-headed

For Free Choice

D EAN FOX'S PLAN for the housing system, while hardly convincing in its argument for eliminating freshmen from the Quad,

Hart and Minds

I N HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY Why Not the Best? President-elect Jimmy Carter suggested that 1976 could be viewed as a turning

Lord Buckley Meets Professor Moynihan

With the possible exception of Elliot Richardson '41, Daniel Patrick Moynihan boasts one of the most impressive resumes of any

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