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Student Leader Asks End To Interference in Congo

A Congolese student leader yesterday called for an end to the East-West rivalry in his country as the best means

Typical Town Reveals Issues, Motives in '60

wouldn't notice Brooklyn, Connecticut, you to pass through going to Hartford. His ordinary tiny rural community nestled Connecticut Valley is

Phillips Becomes First Sophomore To Head Council

Howard J. Phillips '62 of Eliot House and Brighton last night became the first Sophomore President in the history of

Council to Elect President Tonight

One of the closest Presidential races in recent years will reach its climax at the Student Council election meeting tonight

Student-Faculty Group Plans to Fight Affidavit

A student-faculty pressure group to seek repeal of the National Defense Education Act's loyalty oath and disclaimer affidavit held an

Open Letter Asks Students To Join NSA

The New England Regional Chairman of the National Student Association has issued a last minute appeal calling on Harvard students

The Gift of Laughter

Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at nine this fall, Jean-Baptiste Duroselle has been holding forth in Emerson Hall, and his

Council Committee Asks Extension Of Friday Night Parietal Deadline

A Student Council committee yesterday recommended a three hour extension of Friday night parietal rules and a concomitant limit on

Council Picks Charities

The Student Council last night overrode objections of the Combined Charities committee and voted to include World University Services among

New Parietal Rules Sought

Another round in the perpetual battle over parietal hours will be fired next week when a Student Council committee urges

Council Supports NSA, Rejects NDEA Findings

A surprisingly harmonious Student Council last night voted, with only one dissent, to urge the student body to rejoin the

Council Study Bids College Reject NDEA

A Student Council committe has urged the University to withdraw from all Federal aid programs "which require any statement of

Report Urges New NSA Unit

The eight observers who attended this summer's National Student Congress will urge the College to rejoin NSA and establish a

Cornell Overtakes Eleven, 20-16, As Last-Minute Pass Succeeds

The ghost of Frank Merriwell hovered over Soldiers Field late Saturday afternoon. Trailing by four points with but 24 seconds

Student Council Approves Educational Study Group

The Student Council last night unanimously approved a plan to establish a 30-man permanent committee on educational policy. Based on