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MBTA Construction In Square Upsets Shuttle Bus Stops

Cambridge traffic officials will not allow Harvard shuttle busses to stop anywhere in Harvard Square because of the heavy traffic


Gur Talks About Camp David, Israel's Position in the World

Political and military leaders must "compromise between moral and practical behavior," Motta Gur, former chief of staff of the Israeli


Most Students Admitted Will Matriculate

If you have a friend or sibling on the Harvard-Radcliffe waiting list for the Class of '82 you should probably


Beer's Soc Sci 2 Comes to a Close With Last Lecture

A chapter of Harvard history ended yesterday as Samuel H. Beer, Eaton Professor of the Science of Government, delivered his


Congratulations, You're In

To jaded Harvard students today may seem like just another spring day in the Yard. But for more than 12,000


The Tip Factor

L. Fred Jewett '57 was a man with a problem. As dean of Harvard admissions and with only four days


Dean's List Grows Longer and Longer

Harvard students have it easy these days. In the '20s a student's chances of being placed on the Dean's List


Fairbank Remembers

More than 40 people filled the Lowell House senior common room last night to hear Harvard's foremost expert on China


Labyrinth Charms Passersby

While most seniors spent this year writing theses for a limited audience, one senior decided to share his thesis experience


Boylston Prize Awarded

Mira Nair '79 and Felipe M. Noguera '77 gave the winning speeches in this year's Boylston speaking contest last night


Committee for Women's Studies Says English 10 Neglects Women Writers

The Committee on Women's Studies yesterday issued a pamphlet criticizing English 10, "The Tradition of British Literature," for slighting the


More Than 1400 Will Fast To Aid Development Plan

Almost one fourth of the students on board here will participate in a fast tonight to support agricultural development in


Bernal to Coach Swim Team, Has High Hopes for Harvard

Joseph Bernal has been chosen as the next head coach of swimming and director of aquatics at Harvard, the athletics


Mike Mansfield Suggests New East Asian Policies

It is time for the United States to "react in a spirit which seeks to heal the wounds of war"


Bird Watchers To Study in South America

Four undergraduates, including three members of a freshman seminar, will fly to Colombia next Thursday for a ten-day field trip

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Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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