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Bennett H. Beach

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Soaking Up the Bennies

It's hard to describe the depression that came over me when I read it. I've been so loyal for so

77th Annual Marathon Brings Fleeting Feats to Boston Streets

It was nice out yesterday. Not nice enough to lure President Nixon out of the White House to give fellow

Soaking Up the Bennies

I guess somebody his to sit in Row A right on the goal line. The obvious question is. "Why me?"

Soaking up the Bennies

Mom didn't make it this year. But you can understand; 200 miles to see her son, much as I'm loved,

Govern Woos Middle America in Dorchester

Senator George McGovern (D.S.D.) took his campaign to the lower-middle class and its pocketbooks Monday when he came to Dorchester

Crew Favored Over Yale Saturday

Harvard's heavyweight crew is a clear favorite to beat Yale at 6:45 p. m. Saturday on the Thames River in

And, to your left, Harvard University

"HI. My name is Phil Richards, and I'm your Gray Line tour guide for today as we take a three-hour

Air Force ROTC: Taps at Vansberg

The Air Force ROTC Program ended here quietly and simply at 6:02 p. m. yesterday in the Vansberg Building as

Harvard Record Still Stands Gourdin '21 Once Held World Long Jump Mark

Whatever marks the Class of '21 left on Harvard, perhaps none has stood the test of time as well as

Harvard Senior Off and Running For School Board

While Larry DiCara '71 tries to earn a spot on the Boston City Council this fall, across the river in

DiCara Announces His Candidacy Among His People in Dorchester

"This is only the beginning," Lawrence S. DiCara '71 said last night at McKeon VFW Post in Dorchester as he

Harvard-Yale Track Team Favored In Oxford-Cambridge Meet Today

Harvard-Yale's combined track squad is favored to win its third straight meet with Oxford-Cambridge this evening at the Crystal Palace

It's All in the Game

No matter how many football games the NCAA allows its member colleges to play (11 at this point), it is

Mr. Goodpeople and the Selling of Exam Period

Every morning during exam period, Mr. Goodpeople arrives at Mem Hall at 8:30 a. m. for a day of work

Charterers Face Crackdown Here

Harvard has decided to crack down in September on several charter flight organizations which are chartering for Harvard students without

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Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads