I WAS 17 AND a reporter for a small daily newspaper in rural Upstate New York when I met Robin
B ELLA ABZUG, unmarried pregnant girls, Radcliffe women in Harvard classrooms, successful women and, potentially women who don't use feminine
Alison N. Mitchell '76 will become the first woman to head a Harvard student publication when she takes office as
T HE PRODUCTION of Fiorello! at Harvard or Radcliffe was only a matter of time, and its timing--in the well-publicized
In this year's Information about Radcliffe College for prospective students there appears a picture of a student and instructor with
A door-to-door Crimson Halloween survey conducted last night revealed that 83.33 per cent of a sample of Harvard professors give
Racliffe's varsity crews went down to tragic defeats at the women's nationals in Oakland, Calif., two weeks ago--defeats that have
Frederick L. Mitchell, varsity swim captain, is this year's recipient of the William J. Bingham Award, Harvard's top athletic prize.
Affirmative action is a funny name for a plan whose acceptance was one of the bigger non-events of the year.
Perhaps the only undisputed statement made by a city councilor during the past year was Walter J. Sullivan's, "Cambridge politics
Charles P. Slichter '45 is a physics professor first, a Harvard Fellow second. A man dedicated to his profession, his
To most undergraduates the Corporation is as remote a concern as the Medical School power plant. Students are affected daily
History concentrators may finally be relieved of the pain and tension of general examinations--but at a high price. A proposal
The preliminary count of votes cast in Tuesday's Cambridge City Council election indicate certain election for incumbent Independent Walter J.
The national educational fraternity, Phi Delta Kappa, formally expelled the Harvard chapter at its convention this week after the chapter's