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Committee Advising Trustees On Investments May Disband

A Cornell student who is a member of the Investment Proxy Advisory Committee (IPAC), which advises the university trustee Investment

Squeeze Band

PRINCETON, N.J.--The new wave band Squeeze, currently riding the success of its hit "Tempted," will play at the annual Princeton

Football Players

LAWRENCE, Kansas--Three University of Kansas (KU) football players received probation recently after having pleaded no contest to charges of burglary

Arson Suspect

TUCSON, Ariz.--Following a series of suspicious fires and false alarms at the University of Arizona, a freshman who worked part

Pledging Accident

BALTIMORE, Md.--A sophomore fraternity pledge at Towson State University died last month while allegedly fulfilling a pledging requirement, after a

Princeton Fraternities

PRINCETON, N.J.--Representatives from seven national fraternities are trying to rally support at Princeton for starting up a social system that

Tenure Suit

WICHITA, Kansas--The director of the dance program at Wichita State University has field a $1.5 million lawsuit in federal court

April Fool's Theses

PRINCETON, N J--On April Fool's Day--coincidentally, the due date for Comparative Literature theses--three extra mysterious theses-- were placed in the

Export Controls

STANFORD, Calif.--The faculty senate at Stanford University recently adopted a resolution opposing the application of federal export controls to academic

Mind Games

N ICHOLAS COPERNICUS startled mankind 500 years ago by declaring that the earth revolves around the sun and not vice-versa.

Heads & Brains, Large & Small

A STUDY ON RACE RELATIONS at Harvard College, released in May 1980, found that about 20 per cent of all

Panel to Consider University Rents

President Bok is forming a committee of faculty and administrators to investigate whether the University should subsidize housing for academic

On the Precipice

T HE POPULATION BOMB in 1968 predicted a severe world-wide crisis sometime during 1970-1985 because of overpopulation. But despite many

Real World

T HE MAJORITY OPINION was arrived at by a democratic vote of Crimson editors, and minorities on campus rightly fear

ART to Tour 20 Northeastern Cities

The American Repertory Theater (ART), Harvard's resident drama company, will embark on a 20-city tour October 22, Robert Brustein, the

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads