The contents of the first number of the MONTHLY, which appears today, are as follows: "The Union", H. S. Thompson '99; "Governor's Day", C. H. Brown '05; "The Immigrant" (Garrison Prize Poem), C. T. Ryder '06; "Old Walls, Old Wines", H. Hagedorn '07; "Evening Song", H. A. Bellows '06; "Probation". J. L. Price '07; "Undergraduate Literary Criticisms", H. A. B.; "H. L., a Song of Remembrance", H. Hagedorn '07; editorials, record, and book notices.
Contents of the First Monthly
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?
‘With Us or Against Us’: Current, Former Winthrop Affiliates Say Faculty Deans Created a Toxic Environment Stretching Back Years
Winthrop Faculty Deans to Leave After Harvard Refuses to Renew Their Appointments
Students Criticize Harvard Lampoon for Anti-Semitic Image of Anne Frank
Harvard-Affiliated Hedge Fund to Shut Down
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