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Loeb Drama Center 'Constitution' Indicates Final Plans of Faculty

A preliminary draft of the new Loeb Drama Center's 'constitution' includes a provision which would take the final selection of

College Cannot Create Geography Department

A Faculty committee proposal to establish a department of geography has been laid aside "for the moment," Dean Bundy disclosed

Manager of 'Integrated' Quartet Alleges Network Discrimination

The Gateway Singers--three white men and a Negro girl, who are now appearing at Storyville--have allegedly been barred from national

Buttrick Will Retire As University Preacher

The Rev. George A. Buttrick will retire in June as Preacher to the University and Plummer Professor of Christian Morals.

University Suspends Use of NDEA Loan Funds

The University has frozen all federal funds granted for student loans under the National Defense Education Act and will take

Growing Concern Evidenced Over NDEA Loan Program Loyalty Oath

Harvard's participation in the student loan program of the National Defense Education Act, in the face of the Act's "loyalty


Billy Wilder's Sabrina has been around since 1954 and is back at our favorite theatre. It is a very good

'Wild Strawberries'

Like other of Ingmar Bergman's movies, Wild Strawberrries militates for crediting the man with a gift. Here, certainly, as in

Faculty Will Consider Freshman Experiment

When the Faculty of Arts and Sciences meets this afternoon, Dean Bundy will move to permit "experiments designed to intensify

Bunche Ignores Attack By Veritas Foundation

United Nations Under-Secretary Ralph Bunche, whose nomination for election to the Board of Overseers has been attacked by the Veritas

University Will Study Student Mental Health

Mental development of the Harvard undergraduate will be the subject of a significantly large-scale study by University psychologists and sociologists,

NROTC May Add, Replace Two Courses

Two major changes in the Naval Science curriculum are being considered to strengthen both the enrollment and the training being

The President's Lady

Thirty-odd years ago Nathan Pusey was a junior at Harvard College and spent the summer working at a good outdoor

Leverett's 'Twin Towers' Will Open in Fall of 1960

Two twelve-story glass-and-limestone buildings, with views sweeping from Boston to the Belmont hills, will open in the fall of 1960

After the Ball Is Over

Two years ago, when the Office of Student Placement and the Office of Tests sent a job and future plan