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Overseers Reject Change in 1961 English Diplomas

The Board of Overseers slammed the door Monday on any changes in diplomas this year. "It is entirely fitting and

Admissions Office Expects New High in Applications

A record number of applicants will flood the College's Admissions Office, Fred L. Glimp '50, Dean of Admissions, predicted yesterday.

C.E.P. Will Deliberate Language Requirement

The 560 College Board score to satisfy the language requirement may be altered in the future, the CRIMSON learned recently.

Tuition to Rise to $1520; Total Includes Health Fee

College tuition rates will jump $200 next year, the third hike since 1955. Combined with health service fees, tuition costs

Harvard and Yale in China

The Game symbolizes Harvard-Yale competition, a competition carried on, however, more on the academic than the athletic level. The competition

Tuition Increase Likely Despite Record Income

Despite a record return on its endowment, the University's income met less than one-quarter of its expenses last year, thereby

Mediocrity in Massachusetts

Massachusetts politics often resembles a Punch and Judy show with no one pulling the strings backstage. There is always a

Faculty to Debate Size Of Freshman Class Today

The size of the College--one of the most important issues facing the Administration - will be discussed at the monthly

'Troilus and Cressida' Opens New Loeb Center

A new era in Harvard theatre opened last night. An enthusiastic audience of University officials, visiting dignitaries, and men prominent