John C. Scheffel


F. John Adams Does Not Get Tenure Offer

Dean Rosovsky yesterday decided not to offer a tenured position to F. John Adams '66, lecturer on music and Adams


Saccharin Panel

Brian H. MacMahon, Wolcott Professor of Epidemiology in the Faculty of Public Health, is serving on a panel which will


Four Museums Will Charge Admission

Four Harvard museums located on Oxford St. will charge admission to non-Harvard visitors as soon as it is feasible, Stephen


Professor Accepts Nomination to HEW

Dr. Julius B. Richmond, professor of Child Psychology and Human Development, has accepted President Carter's nomination as assistant secretary of


Democrats Caucus Today; Wards to Pick Delegates

Harvard students will join other Cambridge residents in party caucuses this morning to vote for delegates to the June 11


Nessen Discusses Media

The press's portrayal of former president Gerald R. Ford and President Carter as candidates without convictions contributed to the voter


City Will Enforce Inman Parking Ban

The Cambridge City Council voted to enforce the ban on non-resident parking in the Inman Square area and authorized $288,000


Students Rap Kissinger Move To Columbia

An ad hoc committee of Columbia University students and employees has collected over 700 signatures protesting the possible appointment of


Approval Expected Soon For Designate Champion

The U.S. Senate will probably confirm Hale Champion, former Harvard financial vice president, as under secretary of Health, Education and

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board