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City Councillors Split on DeGug As Candidates File For Election

Sixteen candidates have so fare picked up their nomination papers for the Cambridge City Council election this November but they


Council Approves Private Pickup Of City Garbage

The City Council voted Wednesday night to appropriate $50,000 for a private firm to collect the City's rubbish and to


Plan to Allow Tax Credit For College Tuition, Costs Faces Senate Vote Today

The United States Senate will vote today on an amendment to the administration's new tax bill providing a tax credit


Resolution Would Authorize HUAC To Study SDS

There is a "very real possibility that HUAC will soon begin to move on peace groups," Michael S. Ansara '68,


'Cliffe Will Begin $7 Million Drive

The Radcliffe College Council voted Monday to begin a fund drive to raise 17 million to finance the construction and


Swidler Says FPC Unable To Overhaul Electric Grid

Joseph C. Swidler, chairman of the Federal Power Commission, said yesterday that the FPC has no authority to make major


M2M Official Denies Dodd's Charge Of Training Guerillas for Viet Cong

Jeffrey Gordon, national coordinator of the May Second Movement, yesterday denied that M2M is training volunteers to fight with the


'Mary Poppins' Creator Arrives At Whitman Hall

"I have the same feeling about rocking chairs as I do about merry-go-rounds. You can go places in both, you


Harvard Police Extend Protection to Radcliffe

Harvard University Police will provide around-the-clock protection for Radcliffe starting Oct. 17, Radcliffe officials announced yesterday. A squad of patrolmen


Physician Says Harvard Students Have Suffered from LSD Effects

Dr. Max Rinkel, the first doctor in North America to work with LSD, said in the Sunday Boston Globe that


'Cliffe Tightens Reading Period's Overnight Rules

Radcliffe is cracking down on the long-overlooked rule that all students "are expected to be in Cambridge during reading period."



Operation Match produced quite a few surprises--some pleasant, some not so pleasant--for its subscribers last weekend. One Harvard man, looking


Fourth House to Replace Off-Campus?

The future of off-campus housing depends on plans for the Fourth House, and on whom the Radcliffe Administration decides to


Off-Campus Living Probably Kaput When 'Cliffe Finishes Fourth House

Off campus housing at Radcliffe--indicated in 1927 to case overcrowding in the dormitories--will probably be abolished after the construction of


Harvard Lecturer Joins Selma March

"It had been a long walk, seemingly nothing. But the feeling in the ranks tremendous relief that we weren't thing

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact

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