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Steven V. Roberts

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Washington and Boston: Dullness versus Exhiliration

WASHINGTON, D.C.--A New Yorker new to Washington notices one thing almost immediately: the extraordinary deference local pedestrians pay to passing

Rally Will Send off COFO Workers

Civil rights supporters will stage Saturday a send-off rally for students working in Mississippi with the massive Summer Project of

Lacrosse Team Loses, But Ties for Ivy Title

NEW HAVEN, May 16--Harvard today gained a share of the Ivy League Lacrosse Championship for the first time in history,

Lacrosse Team Could Win Ivy Title By Defeating Yale Squad Tomorrow

Having confounded all the so-called experts thus far, the lacrosse team can clinch a tie for the Ivy League title

Lacrosse Team Rips Indians, 12-6; Wood, Ames, Whitney Spark Attack

Everything worked for the lacrosse team Saturday. As the defense obliterated the Dartmouth attack, Harvard's crisp passing and deadly shooting

Miss. Laws Would Harass Rights Cause

The Mississippi Legislature continues to forge legal weapons designed to combat restive civil rights forces in general, and the Summer

Princeton Beats Lax Team, 7-6

Princeton's ability to control and clear the ball made the difference--and a small one it was--between two havoc-bent lacrosse teams

Lacrosse Team Shoots for Ivy Title In Game with Tigers Here Tomorrow

Beneficiary of one of the greatest upsets in Ivy League history, the varsity lacrosse team takes on shaken Princeton tomorrow

Stickmen Rip Brown, 7-5, To Gain Ivy League Lead

PROVIDENCE, R.I. April 25--A gaily bedecked and somewhat besotted crowd of spring celebrants invaded Aldrich Dexter field today to watch

Proposed Miss. Statute Menaces COFO Plans

A bill has been introduced in the Mississippi Legislature which would require all schools in the state to be licensed

Lacrossemen Travel To Face Weak Penn

The Penn lacrosse team is well on its way to another last place finish in the Ivy League, and Harvard

Mosaic

The spring issue of Mosaic is less than the community has come to expect. Most of the articles are timely

Mississippi Rights Drive to Widen Negro Education

Northern students joining the civil rights campaign in Mississippi this summer will attempt to give Negro teen-agers--some of whom think

Stickmen Whip Cornell In First League Contest

Outplayed for a period and a half, the varsity lacrosse team suddenly shook its lethargy Saturday and scored six goals

Crimson Stickmen to Battle Cornell In Decisive League Opener Today

The lacrosse team is up against it today. Triumphant in four straight games, the Crimson opens its Ivy League season

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0