Annual Report Finds Harvard Kennedy School Faculty Remains Largely White, Male
Harvard Square Celebrates Oktoberfest
Harvard Corporation Members Donated Big to Democrats in 2020 Elections
City Council Candidates Propose Strategies for Supporting Low-Income Residents at Virtual Forum
FAS Dean Gay Hopes to Update Affiliates on Ethnic Studies Search by Semester’s End
PROFESSORS and students wishing their hair trimmed in a way that will improve their personal appearance should call at Griffiths's Hair Dressing Rooms, 7 Brattle St., Harvard Sq. He has enlarged his place of business and secured the assistance of Geo. S. Betts, making five artists, all special hair cutters. Razors honed and cared for.
GEO. S. BETTS, Foreman. C. W. GRIFFITH, Proprietor.For five years at Young's Hotel, Boston. 2 tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class for beginners commences Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Private Lessons. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. 1-e o d-tf
SCRIBNER'S beautiful edition of Kipling. Their celebrated Thistle edition of Stevenson-Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 's superb edition of Hawthorne, Lowell, Emerson, Holmes, Whittier and Longfellow; (350 choice engravings; the only illustrated editon published). Villon's edition of the Arabian Nights (unexpurgated) very rare. All the standard authors in all bindings, all editions. All books or sets published, complete sets delivered at once and payments of $1 or $2 per mo., entirely satisfactory. Lowest cash prices guaranteed. Address, X, CRIMSON office. 24 2
THERE is a letter at this office for M. E. D. Fullerton.
TO SENIORS AND OTHERS.- No better souvenir can be had of College than a well made picture of one's room. Call at studio and make appointments at once.
H. WM. TUPPER, Manager Pach's Studio.20 12
MR. W. P. HOVEY, instructor of banjo, guitar and mandolin, will receive beginners and advanced pupils on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Lessons in students' rooms. Appointments can be made at Briggs and Briggs's music store, Mass. Ave., Cambridge, Mass.
"ON THE BOWERY," the phenomenally successful comedy drama in which Steve Brodie, the famous Bowery boy, has toured the country during the past three years, is the attraction at the Columbia Theatre this week. This play has made more money than any other popular attraction ever staged in this country and hence it is fair to assume that it has proved more popular with the people than any other attraction of its class. Since last seen here an entire new scenic equipment has been provided for it. The company has been strengthened by several new people and many new specialties have been introduced. Brodie will sing new Bowery songs especially written for him.
Want to keep up with breaking news? Subscribe to our email newsletter.