Charles S. Maier

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The Mouse That Roared

The British probably could have made an excellent film out of The Mouse That Roared; Columbia pictures and Director Jack

Faculty Divorces Preaching from Pedagogy Dominant University Attitude: Commitment to Non-Commitment

Michel de Montaigne, living in a France racked by sanguinary religious and civil war, wrote with a tolerance rare for

Faculty Eschews Pedagogical Proselytizing

Michel de Montagine, living in a France racked by sanguinary religious and civil war, wrote with a tolerance rare for

Adams House Journal of the Social Sciences

A student periodical which does not deal with either crises of identity or last summer's libidinal souvenirs is a refreshing

Doubtful Promotion

Konrad Adenauer's announcement of last week that he would seek the Federal Presidency came as a surprise, both to those

Butterfield Considers Historic Role Science Can Perform in Civilization

The contemporary emphasis on science will not be a permanent feature of civilization, Herbert Butterfield, Professor of Modern History at

I Hear America Swinging

If America smokes thinking men's cigarettes, it sings feeling men's songs. The Rock 'n' Roll Romantic today beats out the

Heart of Darkness

It is the shrunken head swinging from his watch-chain which arrests one when speaking with Professor Jason Quaeritor, Harvard's leading

Berlin Again

In a surprise announcement last week the Soviets again thrust Berlin into the forefront of the news. Urging that four-power

The 'Apathetic Generation'

Classifying the present college generation as silent, apathetic, conformist, or security-minded is the most chic of today's intellectual fashions. Now,

'Imperial Harvard'

It's always entertaining to read about one's own school in an outside publication, especially when the article is featured under

Suburbia's Scarsdale High School Offers Top Academic Challenge

Besides golf courses and women's clubs, today's Suburbia has some of the nation's most advanced public schools. The great migration

New Possibilities Seen For Course Reduction

Edward T. Wilcox, Chairman of the Committee on Advanced Standing, looked today toward the possibility that independent study under the

Blackboard Jungle

It takes a great deal of effort to educate almost one million school children through the age of seventeen, and

Music Theory Offered For Non-Concentrators

The Department of Music will probably offer the non-musician next year a new course, "Theory for the non-Con-centrator," John M.