Harvard's teaching tenure policy is as complicated as an income tax return and almost as incomprehensible as Professor Sorokin's accent.
American colleges, Harvard not excepted are typically pictured as being sheltered Emug and ingrown. But last year the war penetrated
Although they failed to register an unconditional triumph, Harvard's unbeaten harriers met the Ivy League's best in Van Courtlandt Park
When Harvard's Varsity harriers string out along the starting line of New York's five-mile Van Courtland Park course this morning
To bolster up a shaky end squad that is now his number one problem, Dick Harlow yesterday shunted Sophomore Hank
Whether it was black cats, walking under ladders, or a shattered mirror that jinxed the Crimson track forces at New
OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE 100-yard dash--Charles C. Smith '41; Robert W. M. P. Gammons '39. 220-yard dash--Torbert H. Macdonald '40; James Rothschild (Y).
In what promises to be one of the most closely contested of the 21-meet series, Harvard and Dartmouth track teams
Potentially stranger than his 1936 powerhouse, Jaakko Mikkola's 1939 track team opens its outdoor season against Holy Cross and Northeastern
Already the Yale meet, only a month away, is looming large on the horizon for Jaakko Mikkola's and Bill Neufeld's
In an attempt to enable Freshmen to face more intelligence the problem involved in gaining admission to a House, the
When the Cambridge City Council met Tuesday night to hear Councillor John J. Toomey attack Harvard and Radcliffe as a
Naming Yale as "the best dressed girls' college in the country," but claiming that shoulderstrapless evening dresses were not designed