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Suzanne R. Spring

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Out of the Books, Into the Streets

Until two days ago, graduating seniors could claim they were the only students on campus to have witnessed a major

In The Winter Of Our Dissent

"Its like the Lone Ranger. No one knows from whence it came." A State Department official S TRANGELY enough--for it

Marcos Cancels Funds For Tufts Endowment

When Imelda Romualdez Marcos, wife of Philippine president Ferdinand E. Marcos and a member of his martial law cabinet, visited

Musings From the Mouths of Babes

Great Expectations So they got here and they met their roommates and they went to the Mixer. They chose classes

Of Love, Pain and Death

A LETTER to a murdered lover, A Man is as overwhelming as mourning and as painful as its sorrow. "You

Robert Cox: Keeping the Lights on In Argentina

Robert J. Cox says he isn't a moral crusader. But he is. For the past ten years, as the editor

Student Reps To Oppose ACSR Plan

All student members of the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) said recently they will vote against a proposal by

GSAS Enrollment Continues to Decline

There's a rumor going around the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences that only two department chairmen have responded to

Year of the Shah

"The big questions at graduation in 1968 were whether you were going to go, whether you would wear an arm

The Importance of Being Ali

Ali McGraw is earnest. "Let's face it," she says, "they're using me." She is talking to two Channel 5 talk

Moral And Legal Issues

T HE QUINCY HOUSE Film Society's decision to show the pornographic film Deep Throat raises equally important moral and legal

Deja Vu

Protests against the University's South African investments policy revived from winter dormancy last week after the Corporation Committee on Shareholder

Man and Superman in Lake Placid

A ham and cheese sandwich costs $3.50 in Lake Placid, N.Y. But since you can't eat snow, you consume and

Reagan Courts Democrats, Businessmen

Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan courted union members and small businessmen in Boston yesterday, less than 24 hours after he

Health Services Suspends Stillman Infirmary Cook

The management of University Health Services (UHS) Friday temporarily suspended H. Melvin Peoples, a UHS kitchen worker, a month after

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
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0