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Museum Employees Leave Today

Today, 10 members of the Harvard community are leaving the University after an accumulated 150 years of service to the

Council Condemns Museum Closing

The Cambridge City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday praising the public programs of Harvard's Semitic Museum and urging President

Museum Fax Details Disclosed

In an interview this week, the assistant to the Semitic Museum director disclosed new details about the transcription of faxed

Knowles Defends Review Committee

Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles yesterday defended the composition of the faculty advisory committee that reviewed the Semitic

Museum Review Debated

As the 10 Semitic Museum staff members who were fired last month prepare to leave Harvard, criticism of last year's

Davidovsky Will Join Music Dept. In Tenured Post

In a move that promises to enhance Harvard's studies in electronic music, Columbia professor Mario Davidovsky has accepted a post

Museum Fires 8 Staff Members

The dean of the Faculty fired eight staff members at Harvard's Semitic Museum yesterday, setting off a string of criticisms

New Ethnic Studies Committee Planned

An Interdisciplinary Coordinating Committee on Ethnic Studies could be established as early as next spring, Dean of Undergraduate Education Lawrence

ROTC Discussion Continues

The University is continuing negotiations that may allow Harvard students to participate in the MIT ROTC program without financial support

Engineering Professor Tenured

S. Shankar Shastry, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Berkeley, has accepted a

Museum Incident Starts Ethics Debate

Semitic Museum documents which staff members say were duplicated without their knowledge did not figure into a grievance hearing involving

Changes Proposed For Gov, Ec Depts.

Gund Professor of Economics and Business Richard E. Caves presented several recommendations to the Faculty Council yesterday to restructure the

College Will Be Re-Evaluated

A newly formed committee will review the administrative structure and organization of the College, Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R.

Romance Dept. Tenures New Prof.

Christie McDonald, a world-renowned scholar of 18th-century French literature, accepted a tenured post in the Romance Languages and Literatures Department

EPC Says Conc.'s Require Changes

After two semesters of research and drafting, the Educational Policy Committee (EPC) released a report yesterday suggesting how to improve