William Stoughton Class of 1650, was a "prominent, wealthy and unpopular" leader in Massachusetts life during the later half of
The dust jacket of this book sales-mindedly describes it as one of "real interest for the general reader . .
On this and the following six pages, the CRIMSON presents its second annual survey of academic freedom. When we printed
Tufts and Harvard played a friendly practice baseball game at Soldiers Field. Just who beat whom, however, is something of
This book, edited by Radcliffe's Dean Cronkhite, is precisely what its title indicates. It is a manual telling the graduate
Harvard's muddled football situation continued muddled this week, but there were signs that some break might be in the oiling.
The varsity hockey team beat Williams, 10 to 0, last night at the Arena, in a game which, but for
Grandstand quarterbacking is supposed to be a Constitutional right-like eating Mem's apple pie or rooting for the Dodgers. If so,
When William R. Polk '51 flies to Greece in January to attend the trial of the men accused of his
Yale's ten "colleges" serve just about the same function as Harvard's Houses, but it was like pulling teeth before Yale
When the Crimson taken to the Palmer Stadium turf tomorrow afternoon, football fans will view this forty-first renewal of an
Columbia is still a small college in a big city. Despite popular misconceptions of the "Colossus on the Hudson," undergraduate
If last year's football records mean anything, the Columbia-Harvard football game should be the only soft spot on the Columbia
BAKER FIELD, NEW YORK--If last year's football records mean anything, the Columbia-Harvard football game should be the only soft spot