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Efrem Sigel

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Peace Corps: Millennium Is Yet to Come

Drop into a Peace Corps hangout in Delhi, or a resthouse in Nigeria, and chances are the conversation will run

Working In Africa With The Peace Corps

(Efrem Sigel '64, former associate managing editor of the CRIMSON, is now in his second year with the Peace Corps,

Sizer Appoints Committee to Study Basic Aims of Ed School Programs

Theodore R. Sizer, dean of the Graduate School of Education, has named a special 11-member committee to survey graduate programs

New York World's Fair Opens Amid Demonstrations

WORLD'S FAIR, N.Y., April 22,--The largest and most elaborate fair in history opened here today, but it did not get

State Department Halts 'Tough' Apartheid Text

G. Mennen Williams, Assistant Secretary of State for Africans Affairs, apparently abandoned plans for a stinging indictment of South Africa's

Conant Says Education Needs Overall Planning

President Emeritus James B. Conant '14 said last night that the urgent demands being made on American colleges and universities

Ed School Seeks Big Gov't Grant For New Center

The University will apply for $500,000 from the federal government to help finance the new seven-story center for the Graduate

Law School's 1964 NDEA Request Rises

A whopping increase in the Law School's request for student loan funds under the National Defense Education Act has pushed

Pusey Seeks Successor To Louis Lyons

Leading American publishers and journalists have given Harvard's Nieman Fellow program an "unqualified endorsement" in an informal poil designed to

Monro States Apathy Won't Harm HCUA

Dean Monro said yesterday that the turnout for last week's HCUA elections was "disappointing" but stated that it would "not

Health Services Reports 4 Cases Of Mild Hepatitis

Two girls from Briggs Hall have come down with infections hepatitis, a disease of the Mver, Dr. Curtis Prout '37,

Visiting Committee Raps Quality Of Teaching Fellows at College

The Overseers Committee to Visit the College sharply criticized Harvard's teaching fellow program yesterday, claiming that it produces "a considerable

Pusey Asks University Divisions To Set Long Range Capital Needs

President Pusey has taken a major step toward planning Harvard's development in the coming decade. He has asked the deans

Pusey Seeks Federal Help For Widener

President Pusey appealed to Congress this week to consider aiding the Harvard University Library as "a national resources." In testimony

Universities Vulnerable To Federal Aid Cuts, Pusey Tells House Unit

President Pusey warned in Congressional testimony yesterday that universities which rely too heavily on federal aid would be in trouble

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