A proposal for a united theatre group may result in a limited combination of the three major University-wide dramatic organizations.
LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 30--Little Rock was relaxed today as an almost holiday atmosphere greeted the opening of the annual Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 29--What direction the Arkansas integration crisis would take after five days of Army-enforced calm was the
An interdepartmental squabble developed here today when the Army decided that postmen were not immune from restrictions which prohibit persons
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 25--Citizens of this border state capital proved today that racial segregation is not worth the price
The University may have a football coach this afternoon if rumors of what the Corporation did yesterday are true. According
"Who really thinks about the Houses?" a student casually asked a high University official at an unofficial moment. "Oh, I
Late in the fall of 1891 the Dickeys held their initiation. (Santayana refers to the Dickeys in his novel when
Last December residents of Montgomery, Alabama, the historic "Cradle of the Confederacy," witnessed the rise of another confederacy. The difference
A professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama, reached last night by phone in Tuscaloosa, criticized the university
In the days before Lamont, when the Widener reading room resembled an intellectual YMCA, Radcliffe students surrounded a young man
Since relinquishing the Georgia governor's chair, Herman Talmadge has had little to do but snarl defiantly at the Supreme Court.
Houses are not always homes; neither are sandwich shops, but behind the counter of Elsie's Lunch, on the corner of
Built too late for Revolutionary associations, Holworthy Hall has a history of professors and poultry, of royalty and college pranks.
On a hot day in July, 1804, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr faced each other and raised their pistols in