Craig K. Comstock
In Praise of Academic Abandon
Like everyone else, students crave clear signs of their worth, signs which are both self-reassuring and impressive to others. In
'Peace Corps' Proposal Raises Hopes, Challenges
In the closing week of his campaign, Senator Kennedy promised to press for a "Peace Corps"-a program for U.S. youth
Kennedy's Campaign Devices Rival Nixon's
Senator Kennedy's rhetoric rests on a simple argument. In New York past Thursday, the candidate spoke perhaps 10,000 words, but
African Describes 'Personality' of Dark Continent
In last night's double-bill, the International Seminar Forum presented the private secretary to an African king speaking on the emergence
Sittler Terms Persistent Negation Part of 'Faith's Inmost Character'
Negation is a part of faith's inmost character, the Rev. Dr. Joseph Sittler said last night in his fourth Noble
Sittler Calls Pathos, Not Tragedy, 'Motif of Our Self-Consciousness'
"Pathos and not tragedy is the motif of our se sefl-consciousness," the Rev. Dr. Joseph Sittler concluded last night. Exploring
Kennan Plans Speech Series About Stalin
George F. Kennan, former Ambassador to the Soviet Union, will spend five weeks at the College this spring as a
Woodrow Wilson School: "An Air of Affairs"
Soon after the death of its greatest president, Princton University established the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs--dedicated,
Divinity Faculty Urges Rejection Of NDEA Funds
The disclaimer affidavit which the National defense Education Act requires is "inimical to the Protestant principle of freedom of belief,"
Dean Monro Proposes New Non-Honors Plan
After nearly a year of muffled discussion on the fate of non-Honors tutorial, Dean Monro has definitely taken "a major