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The Tube Global Village

454 Broome Street, New York City Fri, and Sat., 9 and 11 p. m. 966-1515 SETTLED in the middle of

Structural Reform Group Divided on Future Action

As of 2 a.m. this morning, the Committee on Radical Structural Reform was divided over what response to make to

TF Strike Gains Support; Moderates Write Demands

As support for the teaching fellows strike for the seven SDS demands grew slowly yesterday, a group of 30 more

Teaching Fellows To Go On Strike

About 150 of the College's more than 900 teaching fellows voted unanimously at a meeting yesterday to go on strike

Students Occupy University Hall, Eject Deans, Staff from Offices

Shortly after noon today, more than 100 demonstrators occupied University Hall. As of 6 p.m., the demonstrators numbering 200--down from

Soc Rel 148 Staff Clashes Over Student Sectionmen

The Soc Rel 148 staff clashed yesterday over Thursday's decision by some staff members to drop undergraduates as official course

Social Relations 148 Drops Undergraduates As Course Sectionmen

The organizers of Social Relations 148, "Social Change in America," yesterday cancelled plans to have some Harvard undergraduates and one

Black Leader Plans Lecture Here Monday

Presidential candidate and Black Panther minister of information Eldridge Cleaver is scheduled to lecture at Harvard on Monday under the

Law School Gets New Grades Plan

The Law School Faculty adopted historic grading system reforms in a five-hour meeting Tuesday. The Faculty abolished ranking, numerical grades,

Senior Class Sets Up Fund for Scholarships In Rev. King's Memory

The 1968 Class Committee has estasblished a scholarship fund in memory of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Letters

Black Author Turns Down Faculty Post

Black author and teacher Charles V. Hamilton has turned down a one-year post as visiting professor at the Law School

Law School Approves Wider Course Choice, New Reading Periods

At a special meeting yesterday, the Law School Faculty voted to allow second-year students to take one or two non-law

Entering Class Of Law School Upped to 600

Reacting to the prospect of a draft-diminished enrollment next year, the Law School Faculty decided last Tuesday to enlarge the

Mallinckrodt Gift Funds Six Chairs

President Pusey announced yesterday the creation of six Mallinckrodt Professorships in the natural sciences--the largest number of endowed chairs ever

Draft Politics

I N this election year, it should come as no surprise that the recent draft decisions were politically motivated. Although