Dr. Herbert Nichols, Ph.D., instructor in psychology at the University from 1890 to 1893, will speak on "A Crisis in Science" at a meeting of the Philosophy Club in Conant Common Room at 8.30 o'clock this evening. Dr. Nichols was a friend of Dr. William James, and is the author of several works on philosophy, the most notable of which is his "A Treatise on Cosmology."
Philosophy Club to Hear Lecture
From Our Advertisers
Venture University aims to curate and develop emerging investors and entrepreneurs entering the industry.
The Undergraduate Awards Programme 2018, the world’s leading undergraduate academic awards programme, recognises outstanding undergraduate work and shares it with a global audience.
The DigiByte Community Aims to “Do Good, Do Well”
Zambrero opens in Harvard Square and Warwick, Rhode Island, donating a meal to someone in need for every burrito or bowl sold.
The dating app's value proposition: quality over quantity with a machine learning algorithm that provides users with one match each day at noon and a system that allows women to rate the men they date in real life.