Like the caretaker of a freak that has been thrust into the limelight, what the administration wants for its W.E.B.
The Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) held hearing last week for six students charged with violating the Resolution on
L ANGSTON HUGHES created Jess B. Simple in his newspaper column in the Chicago Defender in the 1940's. Posing behind
NEW HAVEN-President Ford last night told a gathering of Yale Law School alumni that the United States faces "a basic
T HERE'S A MYTH at Harvard that undergraduates are ignored by departments and faculty members because graduate students are getting
The DuBois Institute Student Coalition began last night a week of guerilla skits and House meetings designed to win student
The Harvard and Radcliffe administrations traditionally encouraged students to take a break during their four-year stints in college, this fall.
Legend has it that Harvard had a chance to have what became the Yale Drama School, but turned it down;
Critics of the University's handling of the proposed W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research got organized this week, kicking off
W HY MUST WOMEN feel pretentious, deceitful, when they say they go to Harvard? They attend classes at Harvard, live
Four Harvard graduates, including a former dean of the Law School, are among the eight men named by President Ford
The increase in financial aid to scholarship students will be reduced by an average of $200 next year as a
A growing awareness in the past few years of the mountains of data and statistics that institutions now collect on
Participants in a weekend conference on affirmative action at Harvard expressed frustration with their attempts to implement affirmative action programs
Harvard will increase scholarship awards to middle-income families, beginning with next year's freshman class. Middle-income scholarship families earning $15,000 to