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Michael E. Kinsley

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The Greening of Yale

The following article, by Michael E. Kinsley '72,first appeared in The Crimson on November 21, 1970. Some things were different

Profit Without Honor

O F ALL THE TRADITIONALLY finessed contradictions in the position of great private universities in America, none is greater than

Dear Archie/Dear Katherine

I N A NEW YORK TIMES Book Review piece last fall on Joseph Lash's Fleanor and Franklin. Professor Frank Freidel

Kearns Named Associate Professor

The Government Department voted Thursday to make Doris H. Kearns, assistant professor in the department, an associate professor. Although the

'Lowell Lec, This is Sanders'

For about 24 hours beginning Wednesday evening, Harvard students weren't on strike. But the failure of the Graduate Student-Teaching Fellow

Ideas and Coercion

A belief in freedom of expression is not simply an instinctive feeling that anyone should be able to think and

Hailey Finds The Fountainhead

W ho buys the books at the top of the New York Times bestseller list? According to an article in

Bok Calls Education His Greatest Concern

President Bok told the Faculty of Arts and Sciences yesterday that he hopes his early emphasis on administrative reform will

Harvard College Fund Gets Record Donations

Donations to the Harvard College Fund will set a new record this school year. As of three days ago, the

The Greening of Yale

The game ended abruptly as the ball was pushed over a locked fence, and Mr. Capiello, with other campus policemen,

Final Rites Visited On '75 Class Choice

Shortly after midnight this morning, a red 1963 Volvo pulled up at South Station to submit seven bags of mail

Seniors' Generosity To Harvard Soars

Senior class gifts to the Harvard College Fund, which hit rock bottom for recent years in 1970, have rebounded to

Senate Committee Attacks Universities

A Senate committee, following a study of nine colleges, including Harvard, has called the nation's campuses "focal points for groups

Faculty Vote Revamps Gen Ed Requirements; Polaroid Report Heard

After four minutes of debate and with only one dissent, the Faculty yesterday voted to amend the General Education requirement

Gen Ed to Get Facelift

The Faculty is expected to approve today the first change in General Education rules in six years, enabling students to

Free Time
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In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization