A MID ALL the pomp and ceremony of today's festivities, the group of students will feel just a bit out
L ANE KENWORTHY '86 TOLD his friends freshman year that his trip to Russia with the United States Junior National
It was in the fall of 1978 when Peter Ueberroth, who will give today's Class Day address, was asked to
In a move that would formally bring women's studies to Harvard, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' steering committee has
For the 23rd time in nearly three decades, Harvard last year received more money in contributions than any other university
Exams before Christmas break and improved academic counseling are among the issues that the student-faculty Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE)
Crimson should be the dominant color of the 25th year of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). With the return
Two years ago in New Haven, Conn., the Yale football team ended the worst campaign in its 113-year history as
His job is taking care of 6500 college students, so Dean of the College L. Fred Jewett '57 decided to
A one-time acquaintance and classmate of the new Soviet leader yesterday cautioned a Coolidge Hall audience against expecting Mikhail S.
Harvard's newest club--like most others--has a president. It also has a "Bagger," a "Computer specialist check casher," and a "Guy
N INETY-EIGHT YEARS AGO, varsity athletes at Harvard--who called themselves "H men" --began meeting regularly in a room on Harvard
Four hours after members of a special rescue team plucked him from the waters of the Icy Charles River near
The biggest adjustment of freshman year may not be getting used to new roommates, missing home or taking first exams.