Margaret A. Shapiro


Faculty Council Debates Calendar

The Faculty Council last week decided not to extend Harvard's 1975-1976 Christmas vacation more than one week and began discussion


Grad Student Could Face Theft Charges

The case of Jeffrey Nelson, a seven-year graduate student in American History who is alleged to have stolen 3000-5000 books


Immaculate of History, Innocent of Politics

W HEN HARPER'S MAGAZINE published a segment of Joan Didion's novel, A Book of Common Prayer, it seemed that here


The Song Was Not in Vain

I. You will ask where are the lilacs And the metaphysics muffled in poppies I will tell you how things


Rosovsky Letter Advocates Debate, Educational Reform

Reiterating a theme he has addressed many times in the past two years, Dean Rosovsky states in his annual letter



Mississippi's seven electoral votes gave Jimmy Carter the margin he needed early this morning to become the 39th President of


Ex B&G Man To Appeal Threat Verdict

A former Buildings and Grounds superintendent found guilty this summer on charges of threatening a female Harvard student, has filed


Ruling over Radcliffe

When Matina S. Horner picked up this year's guide to Harvard and Radcliffe for perspective students a feeling of irritation


Between black and white: Rosovsky takes on education

Dean Rosovsky is a confident man. Word has it that under his three-year tutelage, the Faculty is running extraordinarily smoothly,


CHUL Told of $500 College Fee Hike; Group Defers Housing Proposals

Undergraduate tuition and room and board costs for next year will rise $500, from $5930 to $6430, Dean Rosovsky said


Faculty May Offer Two Junior Faculty Pay Scales

The Faculty may offer two different pay scales to junior faculty members to help solve the problem of attracting the


CUE Recommends ROTC Clarification

The Committee on Undergraduate Education recommended yesterday that the Faculty permit two Harvard students to cross-register at Massachusetts Institute of


The Sacrifice of Isaac

When an ad hoc committee recommended last spring that Eileen J. Southern, lecturer on Afro-American Studies, be given a joint


Rosovsky Cuts Another Million

In the affluent days of Harvard, say the 1960's when lots of government money was coming into the Faculty and


What to Do About the Quad

When housing first became co-residential back in 1970, the system, as one administrator recently put it, "worked." Men were as

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