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West Speaks at Hillel

Professor of Afro-American Studies and the Philosophy of Religion Cornel R. West '74 told audience members last night at the

When Men Were Men and Women Were Wives

Within a few weeks after arriving at Harvard in the fall of 1954, I established a late afternoon ritual for

Favored Soccer Varsity Faces Dartmouth Today

The Crimson soccer team, disorganized and beaten Tuesday by a less skillful M.I.T., will seek its third win after three

Injuries Leave Crimson Soccer Lineup in Doubt

Dust devils skittered back and forth and divers persons practiced offensive patterns late yesterday afternoon at one end of the

The People, Yes

We heard the other day, as we recall it was one of those slightly windy fall days when the whole

Steyskal Gets Continuance; $25,000 Bail

Judge William T. McCarthy set bail at $25,000 and continued indefinitely the case of Joseph Steyskal, the former Divinity School

Ex-Student Faces Judge For Threat to Kill Pusey

Joseph Steyskal, the former Divinity School student accused of threatening the life of President Pusey and committed to a Federal

Bernstein Rates Britain World Finance Leader

A small but persistent inflation, rather than basic monetary unsoundness, is the basic cause of economic trouble in the United

Registration May Reach Record of 2900; Convocation Is Scheduled For Tomorrow

Approximately 2900 students will be officially enrolled in the 1957 Harvard University Summer School by five o'clock tomorrow night, according