John J. Iselin


Upperclassmen to Live in Wigg Hall

Upperclassmen will move back into the Yard for the first time since the founding of the House system, next fall.


Crimson Sets Back Columbia, 21-7, Amid Rain and Mud at Baker Field

Lou Little finally got his comeuppance last Saturday. It came in the driving rain amid the mud that now covers


Overseers Call College Expansion Unavoidable

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences yesterday received copies of an Overseers' report which may prove to be one of


Administration Rotates Gen. Ed. Chairmanship

The Administration has accepted a plan for rotating the chairmanship of the General Education Program, it was learned yesterday. Future


The Dream of Success

English critic Kenneth S. Lynn '47 writes with such a fluid style, it does not seem surprising that he accumulated


Cohen Announces New Department

Incoming sophomore honors candidates will be first in the history of the College to benefit from a plan approved Wednesday


Two Engineering Areas Lose Credited Standing

The University's program in Civil and Mechanical Engineering has temporarily lost its accredited standing, a high official in the Division


Ivy Committee Declares Yale Student Ineligible

The Ivy Group Eligibility Committee has declared a freshman at Yale ineligible for intercollegiate athletics for having part of his


Clubs May No Longer Show Films of Commercial Value

Undergraduate organizations will no longer be permitted to show any movies with immediate commercial value, Dean Watson announced yesterday. The


University Scientists Will Receive Noble Prizes

Several weeks ago an envious colleague sent John F. Enders, associate Professor of Bacteriology and Immunology at the Medical School,


Health Plan Could Broaden Coverage

Dr. Dana L. Farnsworth, Director of University Health Services, yesterday announced live specific areas of expansion for the proposed University


The Last Time I Saw Paris

The Last Time I Saw Paris is so phoney it hurts. In its return to the Continent from campaigns on


Big Three May Impose $10 Fee on Applicants

The College is seriously considering a plan to require a $10 fee from all students who wish to apply for


Egg in Your Beer

If Yale leaves the Stadium victorious tomorrow--and it is favored to do just that no small credit for the win


Grad Students Can Not Purchase Yale Tickets

For the first time in the 51 year history of Harvard Stadium, graduate school students will be unable to purchase

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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