Compiled FROM College newspapers


Brown ROTC?

A move to bring the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) back to the campus of Brown University more than



Haverford College students protesting against the discriminatory hiring policies and militaristic nature of the CIA forced the cancellation of recruiting


Nuclear Conference

Dartmouth College will host an Ivy League conference on the issue of nuclear war this spring. The conference will include



Inflation's bite hurts everyone, but inner city residents always seem to feel it the most. A Columbia student learned his


Financial Bonuses

In an extreme and unique move to attract talented students, Cornell University officials announced earlier this month that they will


Arms Race Protest

Armaments manufacturers recruiting at Cornell University sparked a small student protest two weeks ago. Carrying signs calling for "Institutional morality


Applications Rise

Admissions officers at Columbia College announced last month that their move to co-education has resulted in a dramatic increase in


NOW at Yale

Yale may become the first Ivy League school to have an on-campus chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW)


Hearing Disability

A college sophomore's ear became a temporary roach motel last month when one of the monstrous vermin established residence there


Amherst Demo

Eighteen demonstrators staging a sit-in at the U.S. Army recruiting office last month in Amherst, near the campus of the


NYU Professors Charged With Copyright Law Violation

Nine New York University professors, the university and a local copy center are being taken to court in a case


Nudes Moved

KNOXVILLE. Tenn.--A temporary exhibition of prints depicting nude men and women as recently moved out of gallery at the University



PRINCETON, N.J.--After five years of explosive growth. Princeton University's endowment recently hit $1,000,000,000. The Daily Princetonian reported recently. The endowment--consisting


Sperm Bank

AUGUSTA. Ga.--A sperm bank that opened next door to the University of Georgia recently had so many first day student


Yale to Replace U.S. Aid Lost to Non-Registrants

NEW HAVEN, Conn.--Yale will provide additional financial aid to those students who lose federal money because they did not register

House Art Cover Wallpaper
Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance