Nancy F. Bauer

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Seeking Lost Scholarship and Getting Out the 'Extra'

On a miserably cold January night in the throes of reading period at three in the morning. I was launched

Looking Within

H IS CRITICS thought they had Derek Bok by the scruff of the neck. Picking at the few nuggets of

Top of the Charts: Wayne, Alvin and the Beach Boys

Where I come from, "Christmas Music" means a battered album called "With Compliments from Firestone in STEREOPHONIC SOUND," which my

A Painful Tax Break

If current econometric models are to be believed, there is now one fewer reason to give to the charity of

'The Ptashne Fiasco':

In the beginning, there was confusion. The money managers were neophytes in the world of "venture capitalism": the academics had

Head of Hospital Resigns After 19 Months in Boston

The president of Brigham and Women's Hospital, a Harvard-affiliated facility, resigned this week after 19 months as chief executive officer

Shock, Disgust, Philosophizing

The whole thing was over in a matter of seconds, but the bullets from the cheap .22-caliber handgun that sounded

My Happy Summer in France

I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the Springtime. [crescendo con

To Boycott, or Not to Boycott?

Twelve down, one to go. Having disputed the issue since December, residents of Adams House this week voted in a

A Question of Negligence

Two-and-a-half years ago, Gena Glicklich, a 39-year-old student at the School of Education, noticed a small lump in one of


WCAS-AM, "the Cambridge alternative" radio station, stopped broad-casting this weekend despite attempts by community members and the WCAS staff to

Corporation Approves Hikes In Tuition, Room, Board Fees

The Corporation this week approved a Faculty recommendation increasing undergraduate tuition, room and board for the 1981-82 academic year to

Wanted: New Management

Last year, students complained loudly when the campus news delivery service failed to deliver copy after copy of the New

Over the $10,000 Barrier, Into the Blue

Last year at about this time, nnance officials and other administrators began to hint that undergraduate tuition would jump more

Tuition Fees Could Rise 15 Per Cent

Undergraduate tuition for the 1981-82 academic year will probably run between 10 and 15 per cent higher than this year's