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Chinese Visit Medical School

Fifteen cancer specialists from the People's Republic of China visited the Medical School last week, the first such American visit

Conant Tribute

Several hundred Harvard Faculty members, alumni and friends filled Memorial Church yesterday in a tribute to former Harvard President James

View From the Top

When President Bok released his sixth annual report to the University this week, no one was particularly surprised that he

University To Pay Staff For Days Off

All Harvard employees who were unable to get to work last week because of the snowstorm will be paid for

Harvard to Open Monday; City Emergency Continues

This week's snowstorm shut-down of Harvard will not cause the academic calendar to be extended in the spring, and most

NIH Withholds DNA Research Funds From Professor Who Filed Late Form

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) informed Medical School officials Wednesday it is withholding a Harvard professor's funds for recombinant

DNA Panel Hears Advice, Ponders Goals

Members of a citizen's group authorized by the Cambridge City Council to oversee recombinant DNA research in the city last

Stalemate in New Haven

F OR NINE WEEKS, the Yale University administration and the union representing the school's dining hall and maintenance workers have

DNA Lab Completion Postponed

Harvard's P3 level laboratory for recombinant DNA research, which was originally scheduled to be completed last June, will not be

Security Becomes An Issue

Students and administrators voiced a greater demand for campus security last week, following the rape of two students in the

Dining Workers Protest Breakfast Plan

In an effort to persuade University officials to restore full breakfasts to all Houses, the union representing Harvard dining hall

Exhuming the '60s

T HE ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT is all but finished, and Ken Booth knows it. Vietnam, the draft, the '60s--they seem to

Cold Breakfasts Getting Hotter

The cold breakfasts served at eight Houses under this year's limited breakfast plan will heat up a bit starting Monday,

FBI Recovers Bok's Stolen Paintings; Three Indicted in Last Year's Theft

Six paintings valued at more than $380,000 stolen last summer from President Bok's home have been recovered, and three persons

Hillel Plans National Drive To Fund Its New Home

The Harvard-Radcliffe Hillel Society will begin a $2 million fund-raising campaign within the next few weeks to fund its move

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0