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Scholars to Edit Compilation Of Williams' Personal Letters

Devotees of Tennessee Williams take note: the playwright's published oeuvre is about to increase by several thousand pages. Using the

Harvard Playboy Models Autograph Magazines

A sheepish student moved up in the line and adjusted his baseball hat before presenting his copy of Playboy's October

Students Posing in Playboy to Autograph Issue

As the saying goes, if you've got it, flaunt it. Or better yet, follow the example of three Harvard women

Professor Awarded National Medal

A Kennedy School professor was named Monday as one of 12 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's

Five Get Athletic Prizes

Five undergraduates received Harvard's top athletic awards at yesterday evenings 29th annual Senior Letter winners ' Banquet. Track and field

Class of '45 Mourns Fallen members at Memorial Service

Honoring classmates who have passed away since their graduation from the College, members of the Class of 1945 attended a

Corporate Finance Attracts Class of '95

Investment banking is something of a tradition at Harvard. Every year, about 45 percent of the senior class goes through

Female Law Prof. Tenured

Visiting Professor of Law Lucie E. White '72 has accepted a tenured position as Professor of Law, Dean of the

Harvard May Bid $10,000 For Poem

Harvard has until five o'clock today to decide whether to bid for what may be an original working copy of

Entrepreneurial Skills Seen as Sahlman's Forte

Class of 1995 Professor of Business Administration William A. Sahlman is an entrepreneur in every sense of the word. A

Clark's Research Valued In Search

Figgie Professor of Business Administration Kim B. Clark '74 teaches a second-year MBA course, chairs the Technology and Operations Management

Cash May Be Next Business School Dean

How ironic it would be if the next dean of the Harvard Business School were named Cash. Ironic perhaps, but

Four Are Early Picks In B-School Search

Forrest Gump might have compared a dean search at Harvard University to a box of chocolates: you never know what

Labs Improve Handling of Radioactive Waste

Two years ago, Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) officials inspecting Harvard labs found scientists using radioactive materials without wearing protective lab

B-School Dean Leaves His Mark

On the first day of his job on January 1, 1980, Dean of the Business School John H. McArthur received