January 29, 1973: The John F. Kennedy Library releases the assassinated president’s personal files.
January 30, 1973: Martin H. Peretz, A lecturer on Social Studies and Master of South House, considers buying the New Republic.
February 4, 1973: Professor Robert J. Keily, Master of Adams House and Professor of English reveals two questions on the final exam for his class on the contemporary novel to a small group of students in an Adams House review session.
February 6, 1974: Harvard defends its minority admissions policy to the Supreme Court in a brief that contends universities have the right to make decisions while consciously considering race as a factor.
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 ...