Damn, but I'm jealous! War-correspondent. Attacked personally by Time and Joe Alsop (before the honor was diluted). Author of his
The varsity heavweight crew finished third to Cornell and Rutgers in a mile race at Ithaca Saturday. The story can
The Crimson varsity heavyweight crew showed Saturday that it has the potential to be a formidable threat to any opponent.
It will be an entirely revamped Crimson eight which begins the heavyweight crew season this afternoon on the Charles River
"Get Ready. Ready all. Row!" It has been 109 years since those words first echoed over Lake Winapesaukee and inaugurated
NEW YORK CITY, March 29--Pete Seeger '40 was found guilty this after-noon on ten counts for contempt of Congress. He
NEW YORK CITY, March 28--Representative Francis E. Walter, chairman of the House Un-American Activities Committee, found himself answering the questions
NEW YORK CITY, March 27--Balladeer Pete Seeger's long-delayed trial for contempt of Congress finally got under way today before Judge
Six days a week 24 oarsmen trudge to Newell Boathouse. These are the men from whom the varsity heavyweight eight
NEW YORK CITY, March 14--The latest attack on the House Un-American Activities Committee apparently is going to be based on
Once more the call for deconversion of the Houses and a moratorium on the expansion of the College has sounded.
The Faculty yesterday approved without dissent the extensive liberalization of the rules governing tutorial and the granting of the cum
None were disappointed, it was a real debate. Indeed, the only common denominator between arch-conservative William F. Buckley and arch-liberal
Harvard and Radcliffe officials have been conferring on long range plans to construct new Radcliffe dormitories on the University's Observatory
The Faculty yesterday postponed action on changes in tutorial until next month. Dean Bundy paid farewell to the Faculty at