Paul S. Cowan

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Harvard Parietal Rules: An Outspoken Appraisal

PAUL S. COWAN '62, former Executive Editor of the CRIMSON is doing graduate work at the University of Chicago. I

A Letter From a Graduating Senior

It is February, exam period, and we (my schoolmates and I) are sitting behind the austere desks of Widener Library,

A Report on Integration In a Maryland Town: IV

This is the concluding part of a series on integration in Chestertown, Maryland. The articles, which recently won the Dana

A Report on Integration In a Maryland Town: III

This is the third part of a four-part series on Integration and segregation in Chestertown, Maryland. The articles were filed

A Report on Integration in a Maryland Town

These articles, which recently won the Dana Reed Prize for undergraduate writing, first appeared in four separate issues of the

HUAC Questions Negro Lawyer In Hearing on Cuba Travel Ban

The House Un-American Activities Committee is one of the few places in this country where the right and left enter

Students Begin Drive To Finance SNCC Projects in South

A campaign to raise funds for Negro voter registration projects in the South will begin at the University tomorrow. In

Living Off-Campus

If there is a single social rule that persuades most students to live off-campus, it is obviously the restriction for

Negroes With Guns

Negro leaders in this country have traditionally refrained from using the threat of violence as a means of achieving more

Expansion Threatens Sarah Lawrence Ideal

Sarah Lawrence is a classless community for the very rich. Although its tuition is prohibitively high ($2950 a year) and

A Black Man Talks to The White World

For the past decade James Baldwin has been using American little magazines to set forth a network of ideas about

Black Like Me

Black Like Me, the brief, journalistic tale of a white man who travelled through the South posing as a Negro,

Baldwin Connects Race Relations In U.S. to International Affairs

"If the situation in Cuba remains static or becomes more intense, there will be widespread protest among Negroes in this


On the morning of the recent Campbell's unionization election here, one of the organizers for the Packinghouse Workers Union, a


Chestertown, Md.-The Chester-town Chamber of Commerce meets in one of the few air-conditioned rooms in town, a large, nicely furnished