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J.P. Wouldn't Do That

"We've been working all our lives in the cotton mills, and you can't take no more. I just wish they'd

Harvard's Nuclear Ties

Harvard has more than $180 million invested in 18 nuclear companies that process nuclear fuel, construct or maintain nuclear facilities,

South African Envisions Black, Independent University at Home

To Vas Soni, a black South African with a year-long special scholarship at Harvard, the idea of a black university

Researchers Find Periostitis Deterrent, Stymie Primary Cause of Tooth Loss

Researchers at the Dental School believe they have discovered a new means of treating periodontal disease, the major cause of

Bok Establishes Plan Rotating Representatives to the ACSR

President Bok outlined yesterday a rough system of rotation of the representatives to the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR)

Charting a New Course

The committee Dean Rosovsky created to define the Afro-American Study Department's "intellectual mission" held its first discussion of the department's

Sen. Tsongas Decries Policy Toward Africa

Sen. Paul E. Tsongas (D-Mass) told a seminar sponsored by the Council for African Studies yesterday that an American foreign

Afro-Am Overseers, Majors Discuss Tenure, Goals

The executive committee on Afro-American Studies yesterday discussed the department's tenure policy and future academic focus in the first of

Bok Appoints New Chairman For the ACSR

President Bok has appointed Detlev F. Vagts, professor of Law, chairman of the Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR). The

Ray Rogers Hits J. P. Stevens Where it Hurts

His office in the New York headquarters of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) is unpretentious enough, strewn

Bok's Pet Proposal

Last month President Bok called together the presidents of seven eastern colleges to propose a coordinated, intercollegiate scholarship program for

Bok Calls for Scholarships To Aid Black South Africans

President Bok proposed coordinated, intercollegiate scholarship program for black South Africans to a meeting of seven college presidents at Harvard

Nye to Stay; May Advise DOE Heads

Despite speculation that he will accept a post at the Department of Energy (DOE), Joseph S. Nye Jr., professor of

Portfolio With a Conscience?

The size and power of Harvard's investment portfolio, like most things at Harvard, is shrouded in mystery. Portfolio managers daily

Harvard--Divesting of the Debate

When students stormed University Hall in 1969 demanding the abolition of the ROTC, the administration capitulated. But ten years later;