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A Blow to Paternalism

T HE FACULTY'S DECISION to permit students to cross-register at MIT for non-credit participation in ROTC was the right one.


Jiggetts Signs a Contract To Play Ball With Bears

Danny Jiggetts, offensive standout for the Crimson football team last fall, signed a contract Thursday to play with the Chicago



WHRB, Harvard's radio station, has been off the air since Thursday afternoon because of a transmitter failure and it is


Task Force Rally On Discrimination To Be Held Today

The Harvard-Radcliffe Task Force on Affirmative Action will sponsor a demonstration at Mass Hall this afternoon opposing discrimination against women


Professors Call For Total Amnesty At Boston Rally

Two Harvard professors, speaking yesterday at a rally in Boston, called for unconditional amnesty for all Vietnam war resisters and


Harvard Will Join New Lobby Group Of Private Schools

Harvard will join a new lobbying organization created to represent private schools at the state and national level, a University


Professors Blame Crowding On Limited Course Options

Students filled a number of classes to overflowing this week, causing some faculty members to believe that there is a


Canada Funds Lecture Series; New Literature Course Offered

The Canadian government will sign an agreement today with the Department of English and American Literature and Language to sponsor


Bayh Backs Busing in Speech, Promises More Jobs, Loans

Sen Birch Bayh (D.Ind.) said yesterday in a campaign speech at Boston University that he favors forced busing to achieve


House Watchmen Moved From B&G To Harvard Police

Jurisdiction over House nightwatchmen passed from the Buildings and Grounds Department to the Security Section of the Harvard University Police


Parking Violations

The enforcement of University parking rules, which has already prompted threats from angry motorists, will be increased next week, the


Policemen Report Bombing Threats; 8 Suicide Attempts

The Harvard Police said yesterday that it received two bomb threats around 2 a.m. Thursday morning in what was part


Harvard's Holiday Woes

The airline strikes will not affect any of the Harvard Student Agency's chartered flights because HSA has no flights booked


Some Libraries to Stay Open During the Christmas Vacation

All of the Harvard libraries will close for part of the three-week recess of the College, but Widener, Houghton, Fine


Mather Dinner Honors Retiring Afro Chairman

Ewart Guinier '33 symbolically handed over the chairmanship of the Afro-American Studies Department to his successor, Eileen Southern, in a

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Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out

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Freshman Survey Part II: The Gilded Envelope