John F. Baughman


Feds Back Harvard In Grant Dispute

The Federal government ruled this month that a prestigious contract given to the Graduate School of Education last fall was


Setting standards for ethics

M ost professional schools offer courses in the ethics of their field, but President Bok believes that the teachers of


Free speech under fire

I n recent years, colleges around the country have seen a steady increase in loud, disruptive heckling at public speeches


Keeping Their Hands In

If the Harvard Corporation ever wanted to "get' the History Department, it could do it. It could block the department's


Empire Building

At Harvard's highest administrative level, a body of seven men functions as the University's board of trustees. However the workings


McLean May Be Leased To For-Profit Company

The Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital is considering leasing all or part of its operations to a private company, which would then


University Will Train New Ethics Instructors

The University plans to found the country's first postgraduate training program for teachers of ethics in professional fields such as


Steiner Will Take Sabbatical Next Fall

University Vice-President and General Counsel Daniel Steiner '54 said yesterday he will take a three and one half month leave


Keeping to Himself

President Bok says there is nothing more important in his job than carefully choosing the people to fill Harvard's faculty


Bok May Write Free Speech Letter

Responding to Faculty requests, President Bok may write an open letter to the Harvard community on the protection of free


Lost in the Fog

E VER SINCE he took office, President Reagan has been criticized for the overly relaxed manner in which he approaches


The State of the Union

For the last two weeks, Yale University has face the threat of a major strike by 1800 clerical and technical


Yale Makes Contingency Plans As Workers Threaten to Strike

Nearly 3000 workers may strike in an attempt to shut down Yale University unless the clerical and technical worker's union


It Was the Worst of Times

L AST SUMMER Pizzeria Uno had a special promotional gimmick. If you could eat your way through their largest pizza--with


GAO Ruling Is Expected Soon On Disputed Harvard Contract

The government official reviewing a controversial National Institute of Education (NIE) contract with the Graduate School of Education said this

Divest Harvard Assembles

Arrested Divestment

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty