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Marching to a Fast Drummer

For someone with a clear sense of direction. Guy Molyneux '81-4 has championed a series of fairly disparate campus movements.

No Improvement

I T IS NOT OFTEN that Harvard undergraduates do anything as a group, but we hope this week they will

The Calendar Reform Waltz

The idea of pre-Christmas exams would probably sound pretty good to most undergraduates in Lamont doing pre-Christmas work in the

Despite Depression, War, Harvard '30 Beat the Odds

Certainly the class of 1930 shows as many successes as any other to come out of Harvard: numerous lawyers and

State Rejects MATEP Plan, Blocking Diesel Installations

State officials last week rejected a plan to install diesel engines at the Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP), saying

Abdicating Responsibility

P ORNOGRAPHY is more than "bad speech," as Alan M. Dershowitz, professor of Law and Stork's and Hagen's attorney, said

CUE Student Plan Requests Fewer Reading Period Classes

Student members of the Committee on Undergraduate Education (CUE) yesterday proposed a moratorium on holding hourlies and presenting new material

MATEP Heats Up

Mission Hill residents have spent the last month showering state offices with petitions and documents asking for further public discussion

CHUL Committee Will Vote Today On Lottery Mistake

The Committee on Houses and Undergraduate Life (CHUL) yesterday sent to subcommittee the problem of inadequate male-female ratios among freshmen

Draper Lab Retains MIT Connection

This is the second in a two-part series. Although the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) formally disassociated itself from Draper

Now You See It, Now You Don't

The axe fell on the Radcliffe Forum this week when the Board of Trustees voted to cut the entire staff

Foreign Study

He added that the staff could continue the committee's programs under the auspices of another agency, such as the Center

Endurance Marks Draper Lab Protests

This is the first in a two-part series. About a dozen people gathered inside the entrance to Draper Laboratory in


When President Carter signed the windfall profits tax bill into law this week, Harvard's recent hopes for federal government help

Bacchanalia at 33 Dunster Street

About 200 students yesterday afternoon packed a section of 33 Dunster Street for a happy hour that the Student Assembly