Carville, La., is the only center in the continental U.S. for the treatment of Hansen's Disease (HD), commonly known as
The Constitutional Convention last night outlined the six broad issues the body will consider in writing a constitution for a
Santiago Carrillo, secretary general of the Spanish Communist party, will speak tonight at 8 p.m. at Science Center B. Carrillo
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The room overlooked a graveyard. Jerzy Kosinski, the author of the books punctuated with violent and bizarre death scenes, smiled.
The alarm clock never had a chance. Long before it could fulfill its routine function Tuesday morning, shrill telephone rings
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Last week Jayaprakash Narayan, a long time force in Indian politics, addressed a rally of 200,000 supporters at a fairground
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H AD UTAH GOVERNOR Calvin Rampton not intervened last week, Gary Gilmore would have been executed this past Monday, the
The Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life yesterday voted to fine students one-quarter of one semester's room rent--approximately $150--if they
T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, John Dos Passos, Wallace Stevens, Robert Lowell. All these literary luminaries went to Harvard but none