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David F. White

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Crowd of 200 Waits in Vain, As Eagleton Fails to Show Up

What began as a disappointing crowd of 60 people come to hear Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton speak at Lowell Lecture

Silence Marks 'Victory Party'

The 200 people who showed up at McGovern election night headquarters in Boston greeted the prospect of a long and

Miami Start Slowly . . . . . . McGovern Is Optimisitc

MIAMI BEACH--The transformation which by late yesterday had turned the Doral from a plush resort hotel to Senator George McGovern's

Room 13 Center Slates Talk Groups On Freshmen Problems at Harvard

Room 13, the student-run counseling service, plans to inaugurate discussion groups for freshmen next year. Co-director Laurie J. Oliver '72-3

N. H. Headquarters Calm As Ballots Are Counted

MANCHESTER, N.H.--Headquarters here were deserted last night as candidates, press and campaign workers retired to ballrooms and press lounges throughout

Wald Returns After Month in China

Overflowing with admiration for the Chinese people, George Wald. Higgins Professor of Biology, returned to Harvard last night, wrapping up

McGovern--From the Back of a Chevy

H e is a strange mixture of Americana. Speaking in a slow, relaxed voice which retains a Dakota twang, George

McGovern: 'Return to Robin Hood'

Senator George McGovern (D.-S.D.) announced that he would grant amnesty to all draft resisters if he were elected president, in

Counsel to University Sends Dope On Drug Regulations to Students

The office of the General Counsel to the University has distributed to College dormitories a nine-page pamphlet on Massachusetts state

Chase Casts '75 Class; More Parts for Smarts

This year's annual report from the Admissions Committee contains a revealing profile of the philosophies and practices which govern Harvard's

Students Meet Dean May, Deliberate Future of CRR

Harvard and Radcliffe students will meet in two weeks to consider the future of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities

Union Will Fight Possible Layoffs

Full Harvard-Radcliffe merger, still a distant possibility, poses the threat of job layoffs for many of the 185 members of

Med School Announces New Program

The latest Medical School annual report, soon to be released, contains the outline for a joint Harvard M. I. T.

Two Health Plans: Nixon's and Harvard's

President Nixon's proposed three billion dollar national health insurance plan, unveiled last week, has been drawing sharp criticism from local

Winthrop St. Fire Quelled

A two-alarm fire tore through an office building at 67 Winthrop Street last night, destroying a Civil Liberties legal aid

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Harvard-Yale 2014

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Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

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Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads