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Investigating Harvard

Back in 1973, Donna Napoli, a Harvard Ph.D. Italian, tried to get an assistant professorship in the Romance Languages Department.

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Female Notables Attend Opening Of Women's Center

President Horner was on hand yesterday with about 100 other women to celebrate the opening of the Radcliffe-Harvard Women's Center

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Law Professors' Views Mixed On Supreme Court Nomination

Harvard professors voiced mixed reactions yesterday to President Ford's nomination of Judge John Paul Stevens to the Supreme Court seat

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Officials Find H-R Groups Want More Coordination

The Office of Undergraduate Affairs has proposed the formation of an "umbrella" organization designed to coordinate the work of student

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Radiation v. Masectomy

Several Harvard scientists have published research supporting the use of radiotherapy as an equally successful but less disfiguring alternative to

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Journalism Fails To Find Answers, Hersh Complains

Seymour Hersh says he is bored with journalism. The New York Times reporter who investigated the My Lai massacre told

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Freshman Register Drops Addresses

The Freshman Register will no longer contain students' home addresses because of a new University policy brought on by the

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Quebec Jury Finds Defendant Guilty In Fogg Robbery

A man was convicted in Montreal Wednesday in connection with the theft of $3 million worth of ancient Greek and

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Three Harvard Scientists Lead Call to Stop Nuclear Reactors

Three Harvard professors are among the sponsors of a declaration calling on Congress and President Ford to effect a "drastic

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Pettigrew Says Coleman's Busing Views Are Unrelated To Desegregation Studies

James S. Coleman's recent statement in Boston that forced busing is causing a white flight to the suburbs "should not

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