Learn to be a Leader
If Al Gore '69 is elected president of the United States in November, he will become the sixth Harvard College alum
hold the country's highest executive office.
One can only begin to wonder
who the seventh will be. Try the students in this class
Government 1540: "The American Presidency," a class which, according to Head Teaching Fellow Carlos Diaz, "increases the chances of someone becoming president by well over 100 percent."
The professor is Roger Porter, who, by his count, has served in three presidential administrators. He even helped coordinate Reagan's early budgets.
Senior Spring and Its DiscontentsAs a long-time advocate of pre-registration for classes, at the beginning of each semester I try to rebel against shopping
New Course Offerings Excite, but Beware Enrollment LimitsDozens of new offerings fill the Annenberg-laden 1996-97 course catalog. But students shopping for courses next week may be disappointed--many
Can You Take It? The Latest Shopping List of 11So, it's Friday already. If you haven't yet found the perfect fourth class, or realize that you're only taking classes
Social Relations 120 Experience Distorted By Rampant Rumours of "Casualty Cases"Soc Rel 120 is more than a course in interpersonal dynamics and group behavior; it is a happening. From the
S.R.O.A NUMBER of professors stood behind their lecterns for their first classes of the semester last week and told the
CALENDAR.CLASS RACES-Charles River course 2.30 P. M.