Deborah Gelin

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The Unofficial Christmas Countdown

Walking down the streets of New York City at Thanksgiving, I heard the pleasantly annoying clang of Salvation Army bells.

Facility Opens; Use Restricted

The Athletic Department will restrict use of the recently opened weight-lifting room at the Soldiers Field Athletic Complex to varsity

Dorm Crew Lottery Ends Dawn Wait

A lottery in early May will assign year-end dorm clean-up jobs to students, replacing the first-come, first-serve method used in

McCarthy Urges Equal Access For Independent Candidates

Speaking to 40 members of an Institute of Politics study group on political campaigns of the 1980s, former Democratic senator

Time Names Law Professor As Major Shaper of Future

Laurence H. Tribe '62, professor of Law, mathematician and artist whom Time Magazine named last week as one of Ten

Visiting Fellow Panel Includes Connally, Abzug

John B. Connally, former Secretary of the Treasury, will arrive at Harvard next week as the first of four Visiting

Med School Accepts 41 Undergrads

Next year's class at the Medical School will contain approximately the same number of Harvard-Radcliffe undergraduates as in previous years,

Bate Receives $3000 From Academy For Literary Work

The American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters named Walter J. Bate '39, Lawrence Professor of the Humanities, winner

Sudanese Minister Comes to Harvard As Visiting Fellow

Jamal M. Ahmed, a former Sudanese foreign minister and an expert on African relations, will come to Harvard later this

Librarian Compiling New Directory On Minority Women

A directory resembling a Who's Who of prominent minority women will appear on bookstands late next year, Jessie C. Smith,

Quad Students Move as Freeze Ends

About 60 Quad residents, mostly from South House, moved to River Houses in the past week following the end of

Weather Policy For University Expected Soon

A University-wide policy establishing guidelines for employees on bad weather days is expected to be released soon in an attempt

95 Per Cent of Students Graduate

More Harvard students eventually leave college with a degree than students at any other university in the country, University officials

Susan Saxe Pleads Guilty; Receives 10-12 Year Sentence

Susan E. Saxe yesterday received a 10 to 12 year prison term after entering a plea of guilty to two

Student Enterprise Ends Year With Profit of $17,000

Bill Dillon & Company, an investment firm founded and run by Harvard undergraduates, earned a $17,000 profit last year, its