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Tenants of 8 Mellon St. Sign Lease With Harvard

After having served two eviction notices to the nine tenants of 8 Mellon St., the University yesterday signed a new

What Is There In A Name?

For administrators at the Kennedy School of Government, the name of the Engelhard Library of Public Affairs must seem like

Freshman Congressmen Gather Here

"It's time we had a break from the real world," one freshman congressman joked yesterday, referring to Harvard's six-day conference

New K-School Assistant Dean Will Develop Career Program

Frederick Irving, former U.S. ambassador to Jamaica, arrived in Cambridge this week to take up his newly-created position as assistant

Dean Rejects Renaming Of Library

Graham T. Allison Jr. '62, dean of the Kennedy School of Government yesterday rejected a Kennedy School student resolution calling

K-School Students Call for Library Renaming

The student association of the Kennedy School of Government passed a resolution yesterday calling on the school's administration to rename

Lack of School Consensus Marks K-School Meeting

Students at the Kennedy School met yesterday for the second time to discuss the Engelhard issue, and disagreed on what

Fireworks at the Opening

For President Bok, last Saturday's dedication of the Kennedy School of Government's new building on Boylston St. was the best

Students Consider Engelhard Dispute

About 70 students and several members of the faculty and administration of the Kennedy School of Government met yesterday to

What? No Swimming Pool?

On August 19, 1963, former President John F. Kennedy '40 came to Cambridge to choose a site for a school

Carter Turns Down K-School Invitation

President Carter has declined the invitation from the Kennedy School and the Institute of Politics to speak at the dedication

Protesters Demonstrate Against Huntington's Return to Harvard

Fifteen demonstrators, many of them members of the Spartacus Youth League (SYL), marched in front of Sever Hall from 9:45

Deans Tell Alumni Fundraisers Harvard Needs More Money

Dean Rosovsky and L. Fred Jewett '57, dean of admissions, stressed the importance of increased financial assistance from alumni to

King Benefits From Anti-Dukakis Vote; Results Don't Reflect Right-Wing Trend

State Rep. Michael Connally narrowly defeated Lois Pines in a neck-and-neck race for Massachusetts Secretary of State, thus ending Pines'

Institute of Politics Awards Grants

The Institute of Politics recently awarded summer research grants to 14 rising seniors, juniors and sophomores to do research and