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Westheimer Says Good Lab Program Reinforces Studies

The effectiveness of laboratory instruction in elementary science courses should not be measured by how interesting the students find labs,

Jewett Expects Few Minorities To Apply Early

The percentage of minority students applying to Harvard under the Early Action program will probably be much lower than the

Acorn Will Get Dallas Tryout

The Dallas Tornados of the North American Soccer League (NASL) have invited David P. Acorn '77, standout forward and co-captain

Harvard's Growth Has Hurt Cambridge

Cambridge Mayor Alfred E. Vellucci said last night a severe Cambridge housing shortage caused by the massive post-war expansion of

College Will Limit Mixers To Those with ID Cards

In the wake of disturbances last weekend at two River House mixers, Archie C. Epps, dean of students, has set

Student Economics Group Begins Distribution of Journal

Editors of the "Harvard Undergraduate Journal of Economics," the first independent economics journal written and published entirely by undergraduates, yesterday

Harvard Medical School Grads Practice Throughout Country

A survey of graduates of the Harvard Medical School indicates that about 70 per cent of the school's alumni are

Terrill and Fairbank, at Kirkland House, Differ on Future U.S.-China Relations

The elevation of Hua Kuo-feng to the chairmanship of the Chinese Communist Party should lead to a gradual improvement of

Suit to Save Park Will Proceed Despite Court Loss

Legal efforts to block the construction of a high school complex on the site of the park behind the Cambridge