October 10, 1973: Spiro T. Agnew resigns as Vice President, pleading no contest to charges of tax evasion.
October 13, 1973: Gerald Ford is nominated Vice President.
October 20, 1973: A crime wave at Harvard begins, with three assaults and two armed robberies over the course of the week. Nationally, Nixon fires Cox in the Saturday Night Massacre. Warburg Professor of Economics John Kenneth Galbraith says, “This is it. Nixon will be impeached.”
November 3, 1973: Dean of Students Archie Epps III considers hiring more police to combat the wave of muggings by Mather, Dunster and Leverett.
Enrollment at Kennedy School Shows 21 Per Cent IncreaseTotal enrollment at the Kennedy School of Government is up from 253 students in November 1976 to 305 this month,
Harvard To Retain Stock PolicyTwo members of an ad hoc advisory committee to President Bok yesterday predicted the University will not sub-stantially alter its
Class Of 1973 TIME LINESeptember 1969 History professor Ernest R. May (right) takes over as dean of the College after Fred L. Glimp '50
4 Years of Harvard: 1971-1975SEPTEMBER 1971 1,556 members of the Class of 1975 (1,220 Harvard men, 336 Radcliffe women) arrive in Cambridge, at the
Destroying Cambodia's PeaceThe following is the excepted text of a speech delivered by Huot Sambath, member of the Cambodian National United Front's
Former Harvard Basketball Coach Selected for Hall of FameHarvard affiliates have been named to a wide variety of Hall of Fames throughout the world over the years. But ...