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Raymond Bertolino

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Huntington Foresees U.S.-Soviet Conflict Within Next Decade

Tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States may be resolved in "an unpeaceful or unpleasant major confrontation sometime

New Law May Affect Student Debtors

House and Senate conferees will meet later this week to try to iron out differences between two bills that affect

Goldman Wins Award

Guido G. Goldman '59, executive director of the Center for European Studies and senior lecturer on Government, received the Commander's

Stupid Films: A Textbook Case

I T'S A PITY, but hardly a surprise, that so many filmmakers are successfully peddling such worthless pictures to movie

When in Rome, Shoot Like the Romans

T HERE IS A GOOD deal of fear and loathing in Rome these days. The recent assassination of Aldo Moro

Students Celebrate College Shut-down

While firemen, public works employees, policemen and National Guardsmen battled one of the worst snowstorms in New England history, a

Yale Cancels Summer School Session in 1979

The Yale faculty voted last month to cancel its 1979 summer term because of financial problems. Ruth Claus, director of

Beauty After Ruin
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Beauty After Ruin

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Year In Review 2015

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Year in Sports 2015

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Class of 2015, By the Numbers