The Dartmouth College board of trustees unanimously accepted on Tuesday a "statement of purpose" calling for the eventual implementation of
After six months of malfunctioning, the coin-operated photocopying machines in the periodical room of Widener Library and on the first
After the Harvard Classics gutslamming 74-73 victory over the Deer Island Correctional Institute last night, Pete Durgerian, starting forward for
A Massachusetts senate petition supporting legislation that would lower the state's meal tax from 8 per cent to 5 per
The Harvard racquetmen won their fourth consecutive match without a loss yesterday by toppling the Williams Ephmen 8 to 1.
David D. Perkins '51, professor of English and American Literature, will become chairman of the English Department on January 1,
A survey of 630 business firms released yesterday indicates a decline in the number of jobs available for college graduates
The notion that busing is the last or only hope to achieve integration is a mistake," Nathan Glazer, professor of