Robert M. Neer


Freshman Stats 101

E VERY YEAR, like spectators at a Greek tragedy, the campus watches with a mixture of fascination and pity as


Where the World Learns to Shave

I n a certain room in a certain factory in a quiet part of South Boston something very strange is


Data of Tap

I t was late in a June evening last year when a high school student in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, dialed a


Harvard Pressures Firms To Alter S. Africa Policies

Members of the governing Corporation have been meeting for the past year with senior officials of companies in Harvard's investment


New K. School IOP Fellows Talk About Their 'Passions'

In a rapid-fire series of speeches that one participant likened to a college haring, the six new fellows of the


The Democratic Convention 1984

SAN FRANCISCO-In their first public appearance together, Walter F. Mondale and Gernldine A. Ferraro pledged yesterday to rebuild American education


Making med school easier to swallow

I n 1982, 3924 college seniors applied to Harvard Medical School. Only 166 were accepted, fewer than 150 from schools


ACSR Report Is Substantial Policy Shift

The recommendation issued yesterday by the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) that Harvard divest its holdings in companies operating


ACSR Calls Upon Harvard to Divest

In its strongest statement ever, the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) yesterday issued a comprehensive 35-page report calling for


Endowment for Divestiture Launches Spring Campaign

Organizers of the Endowment for Divestiture began their spring campaign yesterday, announcing at an early afternoon press conference that they


ASCR Passes Nuke Weapons Criteria

The Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) voted last night to encourage three companies to develop ethical criteria for the


Harvard Tied to Nine Firms Ignoring Sullivan Principles

As of June 1983, Harvard owned more than $140 million in companies operating in South Africa that have not signed


60 Divestiture Demonstrators Hold Massachusetts Hall Rally

A contingent of Law School student and faculty staged a much yesterday from the graduate school campus to President Bok's


Reforming From Within?

E VERY SPRING at Harvard for the past decade, a number of Harvard students--the exact number depends on the year--has


ACSR Announces Meeting Date; Students Plan a Petition Drive

Harvard's Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) yesterday announced a date, time and location for its open hearing on the

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board