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River-Quad Shuttle Bus To Begin Service in Fall

Harvard will probably provide bus service to Radcliffe at night this Fall because men assigned to live in the Quad

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Harvard's Affirmative Action Plan: Slow Progress for Women, Blacks

When Eleanor Glueck and her husband Sheldon, both distinguished academics and co-authors of several books, were hired by the Law

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Police Fear Thieves Dumped Valuable Sculpture by Mistake

Police fear that a $3000 piece of sculpture destined for the Radcliffe alumnae art exhibit may have been thrown out

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Harvard Submits Hiring Plan To Satisfy HEW Guidelines

Harvard this week submitted for Federal approval what it hopes will be its final affirmative action plan, complete with goals

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Affirmative Action Troubles

The report by the Standing Committee on Women released this week showed a startling gap in admissions acceptances and financial

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Dean's HEW Plan Lacks Department Hiring Figures

The chief administrator for Harvard's affirmative action program expressed shock yesterday at the failure of the dean of the Faculty

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Candygrams For Nixon's New HEW

Presidents Bok and Horner this week refused to join 19 other college presidents who signed a telegram to President Nixon

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Yale Corporation Reschedules Vote on Coeducation Policies

The Yale Corporation postponed a scheduled vote Saturday on a new coeducation admissions policy until December 9 to give alumni

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Women At Yale

"We are dedicated to graduating 1000 male leaders," Yale President Kingman Brewster said in 1968, assuring worried alumni that Old

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Uncounted Paper Ballots Cast Doubt On Outcome of Hicks-Moakley Race

The outcome of John "Joe" Moakley's challenge to incumbent congresswoman Louise Day Hicks in the newly-drawn 9th District remained uncertain

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Life in Cambridge Went On Without You

Cambridge had a crowded but calm and mostly uneventful summer. Shoppers, street people and summer students filled the Square to

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Cambridge: More than Meets a Polaroid's Lens

I F YOUR POLAROID SWINGER gets ripped off before you even have a chance to take a picture of John

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Loan Program Changes Rules Harvard Students May Benefit

More students than in the past at Harvard but fewer from UMass Boston may qualify for Federal interest subsidies on

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Record-Setting Donations May Not Balance Budget

Contribution to annual giving funds this year broke the University record, but may not be enough to balance Harvard's books.

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New Aid to Higher Education Bill Should Add to Scholarship Coffers

The Bill on Aid to Higher Education has gone into effect and should bring Harvard more money for scholarship students

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