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Women Plan Graduation Protest

Over 90 per cent of the Radcliffe seniors/who have picked up their caps and gowns so far will also wear

Radcliffe Rowers Scheduled To Race in Women's Nationals

The Radcliffe crew will compete in the Women's Rowing Nationals in Old Lyme, Conn.. June 18-20. The team will face

Women's Center Will Open in Cambridge

Since vacating the "Occupied Women's Center" at 888 Memorial Drive on March 16, Boston area women have carried out an

'Phoenix' Publishers Threaten Its Survival

The Phoenix, published weekly in Boston since 1969, is in danger of folding. Both publishers resigned in separate actions last

Cancelled Teach-In Lacked Speakers, Not Protection

Students for a Just Peace (SJP) cancelled last night's planned pro-war teach-in because they were unable to attract speakers, sources

Students for a Just Peace Drop Plans for Teach-In

The Students for a Just Peace (SJP) announced yesterday that they are cancelling their second teach-in, which had been scheduled

Women Continue Work Towards Center

A group of about 40 women who were active in the occupied Women's Center at 888 Memorial Drive met last

Area Feminists Gather; GSE Hearings Begin

Women's Congress The three-day New England Congress to Unite Women began last night at Lowell Lecture Hall, where over 300

Welfare: Keeping People Down

IN ENGLAND they call it. "supplementary benefit." America calls it welfare and Nixon has characterized it "a monstrous, consuming outrage."

Women's Group Seizes Harvard Building

Demand Low-Income Housing And Permanent Women's Center About 150 women ended a march celebrating International Women's Day by seizing a

Day-Care Representatives Ask Harvard's Cooperation

Fourteen representatives of Harvard day-care groups decided last night at Phillips Brooks House to form a day-care steering committee-provided they

Two Radicals Appear Before Senate Hearing

Michael Ansara '68, a former SDS leader and one of the founders of the Old Mole, appeared Friday before the

Harvard May Enlarge Health Care Services

The Ad Hoc University Health Services Committee, appointed last October by President Pusey, has announced its recommendations for improvements in

Two Radicals Subpoenaed By a Senate Subcommittee

Michael Ansara '68, a former SDS leader and one of the founders of the Old Mole, has been subpoenaed to

Landlord Forces Stores to Move

Two more stores in the Harvard Square area-Mandrake Book Store and Billings and Stover apothecary-are being forced to relocate. In

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
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