A new spectre is haunting Harvard College, one that threatens to disrupt equal access to the means of production—the spectre of personal computers.
There are exactly 308 of us at Harvard, according to the admissions office. We're from New Jersey.
The cuts in federal student aid proposed by the Reagan Administration are a short-sighted and dangerous assault on the equality of opportunity in higher education.
A random lottery will drain the Houses of much of their existing character.
We all remember our Harvard interview senior year in high school.