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Harvard and Protest

I N THE aftermath of Columbia's turmoil, an obvious question arises: Could it happen here? Could Harvard have an explosion


Franklin Ford, Dean of Faculty

I N CARING for the University internal affairs the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences exerts as much


Ed School Finds Applications Up

The School of Education, in contrast to a number of Harvard's graduate schools, has encountered a ten per cent increase


Harvard, M.I.T. Urban Studies Get $6 Million Ford Foundation Grant

The Ford Foundation has granted Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology $3 million each to endow new professorships in


On the Other Hand The Wrong Way

(The opinion of a majority of the editorial board appeared in Saturday's Crimson. ) Frustrated by a sport they watch


Yale Adopts Complete Pass-Fail

The Yale College Faculty voted over-whelmingly yesterday to abolish its numerical grading system and to adopt a pass-fail system for


The Faculty's Stern Decision

( The following represents the opinion of a minority of the Editorial Board. The majority opinion appeared in yesterday's Crimson)



A last-minute Dartmouth field goal thwarted a Harvard fourth-quarter comeback and gave the Indians a 23-21 victory today. After seeing


The Hellenic-American

From a distance, the current Greek government looks like a comic farce. The ruling colonels are a parody of the


Why No Long Drives? Don't Blame the Line

The most inspiring quality of Harvard's football team lfast year was its ability to move the ball consistently on the


The Outrage of Benevolent Paternalism

Segregation has worked brillantly in the South, and, in fact, in the nation, to this extent: it has allowed white


Archbishop Ramsey Hits 'God Is Dead'

Arthur Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury, told an overflow crowd in Sanders Theatre last night the idea that "God is


The 1967 Draft Act: Where You Stand

Harvard undergraduates, who during the last two days have filed for II-S draft deferments, can rest assured of one thing:


Ex-Cadets Criticize Army ROTC

Four members of the Class of 1967 who were denied commissions by the Harvard Army ROTC last spring have written


The Maddox Mind

When Lester Maddox became Governor of Georgia. Carl Sanders provided him with a speech writing team that produced a shockingly

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out