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David A. Copithorne

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Rugby: Changing the Image

A grunting mass of Harvard men, pushing, tugging and straining at one another for no apparent reason, upset the peace

Twenty Demonstrators Protest Presence of Marine Recruiters

A group of about 20 demonstrators marched from University Hall to the Office of Career Services and Off-Campus Learning (OCS-OCL)

Tenants Committee Fights Rent Hikes With a Law Suit

The Cambridge Tenants Organizing Committee (CTOC) will file a class action suit against the Cambridge Rent Control Board's recent decision

Gun Control: Debate Begins Again

The auditorium at the State House was jammed with nearly a thousand people, most of them sporting lapel buttons that

Witnesses at Unemployment Hearings Seek Cooperation in Federal Funding

Speakers testifying before a special legislative commission on unemployment at the State House yesterday called for increased cooperation between state

Rugby Club Routs Yale, 16-0; Completes Fall Season at 3-4

The Harvard rugby club turned in one of its most impressive performances of the year Saturday as it wore down

A Quagmire in Cambridge

The first things that meet the eye when one drives from Boston into Kendall Square are the new office buildings

Protesters Charge Mayor With Conflict of Interest

A member of the Cambridge Tenants Organizing Committee (CTOC) charged in a City Council meeting last night that Mayor Walter

Rugby Club Crushes B.C. In Opening Game Shutout

The Harvard rugby club started strong and finished strong in its season opener Saturday, overpowering a surprised Boston College team

Robber in Square Steals $4000 Cash From Charlesbank

A lone robber held up the Charlesbank Trust Company in Harvard Square yesterday, escaping with about $4000 in small cash.

Nieman Fellows Given $100,000 For Foreign Writers

James C. Thomson Jr., curator of Harvard's Nieman Foundation for Journalism, announced yesterday a new $100,000 endowment to support Nieman

Arrow Will Receive University Chair

The Harvard Corporation yesterday appointed Kenneth J. Arrow, professor of Economics, a University Professor. Arrow will become the James Bryant

Brown Ruggers Steal Honors In B-School 7-a-Side Tourney

The Brown rugby club took top honors in the Business School's annual Seven-A-Side Rugby Tournament yesterday after walking over all

Rugby Club Tramples Princeton, 28-4

The Harvard rugby club dumbfounded the traditionally powerful Princeton Tigers with a dazzling display of classic rugby plays Sunday in

Rugby: Blood, Sweat and Beers

Some people call it a gentlemanly, sociable game. All the players call the referee "sir," and a keg of beer

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time