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Educators Name Alum President

The American Association of School Administrators (AASA) installed Robert P. Fox '50 as its 129th president on Saturday, as he

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Debate on Candidates' Education Proposals Remains Buried Under the Campaign Rhetoric

First in an occasional series on the issues in the 1992 presidential campaign. A NGRY RHETORIC and "character questions" have

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Dartmouth Adopts a Core

After two years of deliberation, the faculty of Dartmouth College on Monday approved a set of curriculum changes similar to

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Study Says Harvard Reaps Yen

Harvard receives more money from Japanese investors than does any other American university, according to a Washington study released yesterday.

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GETTING COZY

At The Game last week, Yale may have scored one too many touchdowns. But this week, the country's number-one safety

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Minority Law Forum Begins

Hundreds of lawyers from around the world arrived yesterday at Harvard Law School for Harvard Alumni Placement's second annual Minority

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Group to Fight Conservatism

A sociology professor at the City University of New York's Graduate Center has established a new group designed to counter

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A 'Snailpace Slow' Day At City's Polling Places

Expecting a torrent of voters to show up for yesterday's city elections, officials guarding the ballot box in the basement

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Fifth Graders Learn Chess

Adam I. Fogel, 10, plays a lot of chess. The Agassiz Elementary School fifth grader was a member of the

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Cambridge May Lose Funding

The City of Cambridge stands to lose nearly $10 million in state aid if a budget- saving proposal by Gov.

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent