Christopher J. Georges

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SOPHOMORE STANDING

YearPercentage of Class Accepting  Total Number Accepting 1980-81  9.5  152 1981-82  11.1  178 1982-83  9.8  156 1983-84  7.4  118 1984-85  7.7  123 1985-86  11.6*  185*

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Harvard Graduate Murdered in D.C.

A 1984 Harvard graduate was stabbed to death early Sunday morning in her Washington, D.C., apartment. Florence Eyssalenne, who was

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Prof Took 2nd CIA Grant

A Harvard professor who says he accepted a $50,000 Central Intelligence Agency grant without informing the University, as rules require,

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The Gang's All Here

After just one year in office, Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence has fully selected his supporting cast of

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The Gang's All Here

After just one year in office, Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence has fully selected his supporting cast of

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The Gang's All Here

After just one year in office, Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence has fully selected his supporting cast of

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Fine Arts Students To Propose Reforms

After charges last spring of sex discrimination and inadequate advising in the department. Fine Arts graduate students meeting with faculty

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University Continues Measles Watch

After treating a summer school student for measles earlier this week. University Health Services (UHS) has issued a measles alert

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Don't Take Me Out to the Ballpark

W HATARELIEE On Wednesday night, as I was sitting at home reading the 1977 Baseball Dope Book, I received the

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No Joy in Mudville

T HANK GOD FOOTBALL SEASON is only a few weeks away. The sooner the baseball players and owners put themselves

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Spence Assembles New Supporting Cast

After more than a year in office, Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence has finally selected his supporting cast,

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One Small Step for the NCAA

L AST MONTH, COLLEGE presidents meeting in New Orleans at the annul NCAA conference pushed through a host of reforms

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Math Dept. Tenures Physicist

A 31 year old associate professor from the University of California at Berkeley, who is credited will a series of

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Harvard Nabs MIT Economist

Harvard has swiped away a 34-year-old economics scholar from MIT and in the process has revived the ongoing rivalry between

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Back To Basics

W HEN APPLYING to Harvard, it is not unusual to face comments such as: "You'll probably never see any or

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