Richard R. Edmonds

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The Strawberry Statement

"N OBODY likes a smart-ass, remember that," someone over thirty told me last summer. I had doubts about the dogma

Gardner's Lectures

I T WAS ALTOGETHER fitting and proper that John W. Gardner's Godkin Lectures should be the first to be delivered

Getting Together

H ARVARD'S marriage to Radcliffe has already been solemnized by the national press. Though the Harvard corporation and Radcliffe College

Bottoms Up

"THERE ARE OTHER things in life beside sex and booze," wails Belle Bottom midway through the first act of Bottoms

Galbraith's Footnote

I N THE WAKE of Columbia, every expert on students or academic structures has been encouraged by eager publishers to

Dunlop's Iceberg

N OBODY at Tuesday's Faculty meeting chose to argue about changing the titles of Junior members. John T. Dunlop's Committee

Wrapping Up

T HE HUMPHEREY surge, it turned out, was not just a concoction of Lou Harris and the New York Times.

CEP Approves Alteration of Faculty Titles

The Committee on Educational Policy yesterday gave its approval to the Dunlop Committee plan for restructuring Junior Faculty titles. Under

Look Back in Anger

S TAYING ALIVE must be a struggle for legitimate theater in Boston; a trip to the Charles Playhouse will convince

House Courses in Peril

H OUSE COURSES have been the Harvard equivalent of motherhood and apple pie. Everyone knows that hordes of students apply

Did Harvard Really Belong in NCAA's?

OMAHA, NEB., June 12--The Harvard baseball team flew home yesterday after an all too brief three-day stay at the NCAA

College Increases Parietals

Students agitated noisily for parietal increases this year, and the Faculty almost doubled the number of hours during which women

Looking Backward

"Every damn thing they asked for, we gave them just like that," one member of the Faculty's Committee on Educational

Assistant Dean Is Named; Reynolds Stays Extra Year

Dean Ford today will nominate Richard G. Leahy an administrator here for the last seven years, to the post of

CEP OK's Africa Courses Taken At Other Colleges

The Committee on Educational Policy Wednesday approved a plan which will allow any undergraduate to cross-register at M.I.T., Brandeis, Boston