Clare M. Mchugh


A Matter of Pride

I T IS, OF COURSE, absurd, Who can help but giggle at the specter of two-thirds of the British navy


Recent crimes Spur Arboretum Concern

The rape of a 19-year-old woman late last week in an area bordering on the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard's research and


Anticipating the Axe

The Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS), two blocks northeast of Harvard Yard, is a funky high school. No bells


City Council to Consider Issue of Policy Conduct

The arrest of James H. Packer, a Cambridge Rent Control Board officer, has sparked City Council discussion of his charges


Seven City Councilors Attended Washington Meeting Last Week

Seven members of the Cambridge City Council spent last weekend in Washington, D.C. lobbying for city concerns and exchanging ideas


Art for Community's Sake

About 10 years age, the men of Cambridge Fire Company No. Five began planning for a major notation of their


Chi-Chi's Employees Reject Union Bid

Workers at Chi-Chi's restaurant ended the latest attempt by Local 26 of the AFL-CIO to organize Cambridge restaurant employees when


Chi-Chi's Union Vote Slated

Employees at Chi-Chi's restaurant on Mass Ave will vote today on whether to unionize through Local 26 of the AFL-CIO,


Crimson Travel Sues to Retain Sign

The owner of Crimson Travel Inc. appealed to the Superior Court of Middlesex County last week in an effort to


Tufts University Investigating Death Of Woman Student

Tufts University officials said yesterday they are investigating the death of a woman student whose body was discovered in her


Harvard Experiments on Future Shuttles

Four scientists at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics last week watched the second mission of the space shuttle with special

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out