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Deans of Private Med Schools Caucus on Federal Legislation

The deans of Harvard and 11 other private medical schools agreed to fight federal legislation that would tie mandatory service

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H$A: Harvard's Milo Minderbinder

T he Commission of Inquiry last June released a report of its investigation of Harvard Student Agencies (HSA) an organization

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Is HSA Any Way to Run a Business?

T HE Commission of Inquiry released last week the report of its investigation of Harvard Student Agencies, an organization that

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Segel Is New HSA Head, Will Take Office July 1

The Board of Directors of Harvard Student Agencies met yesterday and elected Arthur I. Segel '73 of Dunster House and

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What Goes Up Must Come Down,

The charter flights division of Harvard Student Agencies surprised 250 people this week when it cancelled their reservations on five

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HSA: How Spotless Is the Linen?

Michael L. Ryan '72, president of Harvard Student Agencies, will be taking a leave of absence this semester to continue

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UHS Will Sample Students On Nature of Medical Care

The next time you go to the University Health Services (UHS), you may be asked to fill out a "feedback

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UHS Plans to Extend Care to Dependents

The University Health Services (UHS) may offer a prepaid medical care plan to dependents of all students, faculty and employees

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Munter Becomes Chief Of UHS Psychiatrists

Dr. Warren E.C. Wacker, director of the University Health Service (UHS) announced yesterday two important appointments that may improve the

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UHS Adapts to Student Needs

The University Health Services (UHS) has instituted changes to become more responsive, especially to women's needs. Beginning September 1, women

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Kistiakowsky: From White Army to White House

THE CHEMISTRY department pleasantly surprised George B. Kistiakowsky, Lawrence Professor of Chemistry, by announcing to him last week the establishment

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Whitlock To Be Chairman Of Special PBH Committee

Dean Dunlop announced Monday that Charles P. Whitlock, associate dean of the College, will chair a special committee to consider

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CRR Hears Complaint of Telephone Abuse As Anderson, Defendant Dispute Rules

The CRR held a hearing Wednesday afternoon concerning a Radcliffe senior-who has asked that her name be withhold-for harassing telephone

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A 'Harassing Phone Calls' Case Goes Before CRR This Afternoon

The CRR will hear charges this afternoon against a Radcliffe senior - who has asked that her name be withheld

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SJP Is Planning Second Teach-In

Students for a Just Peace (SJP), which sponsored the March 26 "Counter Teach-In" in Sanders Theatre, applied on Monday for

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