The American Association of School Administrators (AASA) installed Robert P. Fox '50 as its 129th president on Saturday, as he
First in an occasional series on the issues in the 1992 presidential campaign. A NGRY RHETORIC and "character questions" have
After two years of deliberation, the faculty of Dartmouth College on Monday approved a set of curriculum changes similar to
Harvard receives more money from Japanese investors than does any other American university, according to a Washington study released yesterday.
At The Game last week, Yale may have scored one too many touchdowns. But this week, the country's number-one safety
Hundreds of lawyers from around the world arrived yesterday at Harvard Law School for Harvard Alumni Placement's second annual Minority
A sociology professor at the City University of New York's Graduate Center has established a new group designed to counter
Expecting a torrent of voters to show up for yesterday's city elections, officials guarding the ballot box in the basement
Adam I. Fogel, 10, plays a lot of chess. The Agassiz Elementary School fifth grader was a member of the
The City of Cambridge stands to lose nearly $10 million in state aid if a budget- saving proposal by Gov.