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Julie L. Belcove

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U. of Michigan President To Take Princeton Helm

University of Michigan President Harold T. Shapiro was named president of Princeton University, officials there said yesterday. The selection of

Discipline Reform Plan Passes

After less than 30 minutes of one-sided discussion, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences yesterday approved without dissent a plan

How the New Body Works

The new Student-Faculty Judicial Board attempts to right the perceived wrongs of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) at

Students Often Protest Visitors

Tuesday night's blockade of a South African diplomat in the Science Center was not the first time Harvard students have

Hist and Lit Chair Brewer To Go to UCLA

Despite attempts by Harvard to convince him to stay, the chairman of the History and Literature Department said yesterday he

Dean Nixes Proposal For Student Input

Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence yesterday criticized an Undergraduate Council report calling for formal student input in the

Rubbia Reportedly Threatened To Resign

Harvard Nobel physicist Carlo Rubbia threatened to resign earlier this month after his colleague and fellow Nobel Laureate Sheldon L.

New Orleans

It seems that wherever I go, Cajun is in. Most yuppie-esque restaurants now serve some dish that's "blackened" and the

Faculty Council Revises Plan For Committee On Fraud

The steering committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences revised a proposal for an investigative body on research fraud

Facilities Asst. Dean Retires After 40 Years

The assistant dean for facilities in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences will retire at the end of the month,

Spence Outlines Ways To Reach Tenure Goals

Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences A. Michael Spence said late last week he has taken steps to

Faculty Releases Plan To Dissolve CRR

The steering committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) yesterday released its plan to revamp the disciplinary system,

Faculty to Release Plan For Discipline Reform

The steering committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) this week continued discussion on a plan to replace

Proposal to Abolish CRR To Reach Completion

The steering committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is close to approving a plan that would abolish the

Council Hopes Plaque Will Affect Tenure Process

In a move designed to increase student input into the tenure process, the Undergraduate Council last night appropriated $300 to