Mark J. Penn

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The Case of 'Professor' Kearns

On the inside flap of Doris Kearns's recently released book on Lyndon Johnson, a short blurb lists her academic qualifications.

A Soviet Enrolls at Harvard

About a year ago, a Harvard postgraduate student met a 17-year-old mathematician in the Soviet Union who wanted to continue

Master's Funds Pay for Maid In Kiely Home

A "very large part" of the master's discretionary fund at Adams House--the same fund used to finance student concerts, plays

Escaping the Prison House of Liberalism

T HE PROJECT was ambitious for any young scholar: to write a first book that would be the definitive critique

Rosovsky Asks Radcliffe to Put College Programs Under FAS

Dean Rosovsky this week issued an annual report calling for Radcliffe to reorganize its remaining undergraduate programs and administrators under

Split the Library

O N MAY 20 The Crimson called the announcement that the Kennedy Library Corporation would probably build the JFK arhcives

Doris Kearns Says Reports Of Settlement Are Premature

Doris Kearns, associate professor of Government, yesterday denied published reports that the suit surrounding the publication of her book about

The Liberal Onslaught Fizzles

This year's returns even managed to flout the academics' definition of an election as a mechanism for institutionalized conflict and

Parties in Cambridge

T HERE WAS A PARTY at 27 Francis Ave. last Tuesday night--several hundred fairly young and wealthy Cambridge residents were

Ford Speaks

President Ford will visit Boston tomorrow to give a speech on national security to the New England Council and attend

High Cambridge Voter Turnout May Indicate Liberal Victory

Estimates of the turnout in yesterday's election indicate that Cambridge Convention '75's strategy of increasing registration among young voters may

Bok's House Ignored on Halloween

Crime, the cold air and Tommy's birthday party were the reasons for the low Halloween turnout at his house, President

Celebrating the Sox

A speeding car crashed into a lamppost on Memorial Drive near Leverett House at 2 a.m. yesterday, dragging the pole

A Gift Horse Goes Lame

When cars and people collide, the cars usually win out. But when Harvard students and Square traffic were at odds

The Rules in This University

I F YOU'VE EVER passed around a petition without the Dean of Students' permission, parked your car on the street