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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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