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Burns Analyzes the Modern Presidency: The Toughest Job Has Never Been Better

According to popular Washington legend, James MacGregor Burns has seldom found it necessary to visit the capital in order to

Keep the Two-Year Term

(The following represents the opinion of a minority of the CRIMSON.) President Johnson is correct when he says there is

Maass, Cooper Find Fault With LBJ's 'Constitution'

Two members of the Government Department have criticized President Johnson for "a civics book interpretation of the Constitution" in a

The Loved One

If the old lady in front of you doesn't get up and leave in the middle or turn to her

Student Is Punished For LSD Disturbance

The Administrative Board has disciplined, but not suspended, a Harvard undergraduate who created a public disturbance last month as a

Board Testimony May Hurt Students--Monro

The debate over student testimony before the Administrative Board may end up in the Faculty, and if students are allowed

Richard M. Nixon

The first time I saw Richard Nixon in person was five years ago, when I stood in the Public Square

Nixon Fearful of Vietnam Negotiations

"The danger in South Vietnam is in negotiating the wrong kind of settlement in the wrong place at the wrong

Bullitt to Resign As Quincy Master

John M. Bullitt '43, professor of English, has resigned as Master of Quincy House, effective next July, reliable sources said

UHS: An All - But - Clean Bill of Health

In 1963-64, there were 163,206 visits to the Harvard University Health Services--about 63,000 more than in 1958-59. With 138 medical

UHS: More Psychiatry, More Trouble

In 1963-64, there were 163,206 visits to the Harvard University Health Services--about 63,000 more than in 1958-59. With 138 medical

House Assignment Plan Changed; Master, Student Choice Curtailed

The Corporation has approved a new House assignment system which eliminates formal choice by both Masters and freshmen, Dean Ford

New Nat Sci Lower-Level Seminar Set

A small seminar, restricted to eight people, will be given as an "experimental" lower-level Gen Ed course next year by

Houses Pick Freshmen; 61% Get First Choice

Leverett House, the annual freshman favorite which dropped to sixth place in first choice applications last year, has returned to

College Ousts Freshman For Pushing Marijuana

One freshman was suspended last week and another placed on probation for their distribution of marijuana among a number of

Massachusetts Hall

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard