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They Dress Better Now

It was only the fifth time that President Bok had greeted members of a 25th reunion class, but Harry Selig,


Three summers ago, Newsweek let fly with a cover story that set a record for that magazine's newsstand sales, a


You can't accuse Harper's magazine of mincing words in its headlines--at least not in the March issue, which finally surfaced,

After Harvard, Cambridge

It's not as though there was some stigma about it, the Radcliffe graduate was saying. And yet wherever she goes

McInally, Bengal in Limbo, Quietly Returns to Harvard

"They want me to try soccer style, so I'll try soccer style," Part McInally said as he sat on the

It's Sweetness and Light For Sox at City Hall Fete

State Senator Joe Timilty wants to be mayor of Boston, but yesterday afternoon he also wanted to cheer the Red

A Rough New Start for The Real Paper

Martin Linsky, The Real Paper's new editor, had a bottle of California champagne on his cluttered desk yesterday afternoon, but

Crawling Out of the Snakepit at the Real Paper

F or the first time in his 34 years. Martin Linsky doesn't sleep well at night. He has been preoccupied

It's All in the Family

F OR THE FIRST three weeks of March, the managing editor of The New York Times had on his desk

The Thesis That Almost Wasn't

It was about three weeks ago that George Reyes '75 seriously considered dropping his Government thesis. He had written only

Golden Anniversary in Whichy Thicket

T HE NEW YORKER is probably the only magazine in America that does not publish a masthead, the theory being

Harvard's Real Radical Flak

"Are you worried about the game?" Dave Matthews asked. "They look pretty solid, unless they're hiding something from us." "Yes,

Bell Threatens to Resign Over Law School Hiring

Derrick A. Bell Jr., professor of Law, has threatened to resign if the Law School does not substantially increase its

The Security Fixation

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,

Nixon Redux?

S EVERAL HOURS before Richard Nixon announced he would resign the presidency, a reporter asked former California Governor Edmund G.