Cynthia A. Torres
To the editors: We are women from the Harvard College Class of 1980. We first met University President Lawrence H.
The scene was Mayslack's Polka Lounge in Minneapolis. The 67 Harvard men stood before the proud but bewildered Stan Mayslack,
Fourteen liberal candidates for the Cambridge City Council and School Board will seek endorsement for this fall's elections Saturday at
Bluegrass music, cotton candy and flying frisbees highlighted the first Spring Live Folk Orgy sponsored by the student radio station
Students entering Social Studies next fall will have to fulfill more requirements than concentrators in past years as part of
Dancing, poetry reading and discussions about the Chicano heritage are activities planned for this weekend's Cinco de Mayo celebration at
Harvard received $59 million in outside support during the 1975-76 fiscal year, an increase of 13 per cent, an annual
The tuition-free YWCA-operated day care center in Central Square closed yesterday because of financial problems and conflicts with the YWCA
J. Woodland Hastings, master of North House, said yesterday he has submitted two proposals to establish "student suites" in North
James Vorenberg '49, professor of Law and master of Dunster House, Friday accepted the post of special counsel to the
Aetna life insurance salesmen who attempted to sell insurance to two seniors this week may have used misleading sales practices.
A series of 12 workshops sponsored by the Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE), a national association of university professors
Joseph Grandmaison, a former Kennedy Institute of Politics fellow, will be named federal co-chairman of the New England Regional Commission,
The Law School faculty has approved the permanent appointment of C. Clyde Ferguson, visiting professor of Law, who would be
Joseph S. Nye Jr., professor of Government, said yesterday he will accept a post in the Carter administration as deputy