Deborah B. Johnson

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The Porch Light Was On

( This article originally ran in the CRIMSON of February 22, 1971. ) THERE is a story about Mary Bunting

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Feminism The Female Guru

329 pp., $6.95. FIRST there was Kate Millett-just a year ago. The Karl Marx of the New Feminism, they all

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Mary Bunting: The Porch Light Was On

THERE is a story about Mary Bunting that goes something like this: one day early in her term as president

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NYC Commission Has 1st Hearing On B-School Club

The Harvard Business School Club of New York and a woman charging it with discrimination presented their cases before the

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Woman Brings Charges Against B-School Club

The Harvard Business School Club of New York has been called to appear before a New York City commission today

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Women's Group Stages Hearing On Child Care, Health Services

The Faculty Committee on the Status of Women held its second hearing yesterday, with discussion centering on the need for

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Regressing Swansong

210 pp., $4.50 E. B. WHITE has a rather strange mind. To a normal eight-year-old, he's just an exceptionally good

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Committee on Women's Status Meets; More Than 50 Attend, Join Discussion

The Faculty Committee on the Status of Women held its first open hearing yesterday, with about 15 people testifying and

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Faculty Committee to Hold Open Hearings on Women

Members of the Faculty Committee on the Status of Women yesterday announced plans to hold three open hearings on women

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Cliffie Rape Starts Rumors Of Other Attacks at Cliffe; Officials Deny the Reports

A Radcliffe student was raped at gunpoint in her dormitory last Tuesday night-the first such incident to occur in the

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Smoky Mirrors Sex and the Single Object THE SENSUOUS WOMAN,

Lyle Stuart, Inc. 192 pp.; $6. IMAGINE: you are a man in your mid 30's with an attractive wife to

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What's Holding Up the Merger?

A YEAR and a half ago, Radcliffe's proposal of merger was eagerly anticipated by most of the Harvard-Radcliffe community. The

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No Room For Trachtman

An exhibition of paintings removed from Boylston Hall two weeks ago because of its political content will probably not be

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Radcliffe Gets First Senior Tutor, Admission Dean to Replace Smith

Mary I. Bunting, President of Radcliffe, last week announced four new appointments, including the first senior tutor at Radcliffe and

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Eclipse Awes Viewers Hereandin Nantucket

As the shadow of the moon moved across Cambridge Saturday, birds fell out of trees in confusion and church bells

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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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