Charles W. Slack


Small-Town Blues

On the old highway maps of America, the main routes were red and the back roads blue. Now even the


Grace's Story

G RIMM'S WOULD HAVE ended the story of Grace Kelly 26 years ago, with "happily ever after." That was when


Lost But Not Found

H OLLYWOOD HAS LONG suffered a reputation as a political weathervane, willing to react only to the winds of popular


A Wing-Clipped Dove

S OMEWHERE in the Soviet Union, locked away in a prison cell, Raoul Wallenberg, one of the greatest heroes of


CHUL Meets After Two-Month Layoff

Members of the Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life (CHUL), confident early this Fall that they had met for the


Clearing Wodehouse's Name

F OR HIS FIRST 60 YEARS, P.G. Wodehouse, probably the finest English humorist of the 20th century, had lived a


Assembly Moves to Increase Student Seats for Council

Members of the Student Assembly last night approved a motion calling for more student representation on the proposed Undergraduate Council


Committees Defend Constitution Planks; Students Question Minority Provision

In an open meeting last night with members of the constitution and implementation committees for the proposed Undergraduate Council, several


No Modest Proposal

J UST BEFORE the constitution committee released its proposal two weeks ago for the new Undergraduate Council, several committee members


Raising Cain

A LAND OF SHIFTLESS hobos, of freight train yards and greasy roadside lunch counters; a land of desperate losers, crooked


Constitutional Dissension

The constitution proposal for the Undergraduate Council received its first official reaction this week from Faculty and students, and much


A Constitution

For more than a week, a small group of students representing a number of campus organizations met to discuss and


Minorities Discuss Role On Council

Representatives from several campus minority groups said last night they had met earlier in the evening to discuss minority student


CHUL Endorses Special Voting Plan

Members of the Student Assembly met last night with representatives of several campus minority groups to discuss minority representation in


This is Next Year for Cadet Squad; Army Has 15-10 Upset to Remember

It must have seemed pretty funny, actually, to all the Cadets; these nerdy Hahvahd preps coming down to challenge the

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out