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The Doolittle Who Does Lots

Jerry Doolittle has never been exactly the Harvard type. His grades in high school weren't very good, he boasts about

Technology Product Center Returns to Harvard Square

Students will no longer have to trek across the river to decide which computer to buy because Harvard's discount computer

The Monks of Harvard Square

6:00 A.M.--While most of Harvard and Cambridge is still asleep, and the kitchens at the nearby Charles Hotel warm up

Bigger, Better Apples Sell Out at Computer Store: Professors, Grad Students Snap Up MacPluses

The MacPlus, Apple Computer's newest and most advanced personal computer, is selling faster than Harvard's computer store can order them,

B-School May Abandon IBM Portable Computers

The Business School may be in the market for a more advanced personal computer for student use beginning next fall.

Stacks Away

As if the deterioration of books were not enough for Harvard's library managers to worry about, the system is also

The Rush To Save Books

This is the first of two articles on Harvard's imperiled library system. It's a known fact--books are crumbling on the

Undergraduates at UCLA Won't Drink to Apartheid

The soft drink battle is heating up in sunny California, and the UCLA student store is in the middle of

Library Files for $389K To Save Rotting Books

Seeking help to continue efforts to preserve millions of rotting books in the University library system, Harvard has asked the

Comic Relief

Holy swamp thing, Batman--is this the University of Pennsylvania? And are these Ivy League students devoting their free time to...comic

Writing According To John Irving

Bestselling author John Irving told a Harvard audience yesterday that he would never think of using a word processor. "If

Zappa Defends Obscene Lyrics

Clad in unusually conservative attire, offbeat rock musician Frank Zappa last night attacked a parents group which is fighting obscenity

Kennedys Dedicate JFK Park

All the Kennedy luminaries--from Jackie O' to Teddy to John-John to Caroline--flocked to Harvard's backyard yesterday for the groundbreaking of