Members of the Harvard College Observatory and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory are protesting the continued use of Smithsonian funds to
186 pp. $4.95. ONLY the Indochina War-described recently by a veteran as "the biggest nothing in history"-could have produced a
The Coop and Harvard Trust have agreed to a "friendly divorce," Coop General Manager Howard W. Davis announced yesterday. Davis
Several student groups, representing a variety of opinions, have begun circulating petitions knocking Friday's disruption of a pro-war teach-in in
SAMUEL BECKETT struck upon the primary purpose of art in the twentieth century when he observed that "we always find
A meeting called to plan future Boston antiwar activities ended inconclusively last night at the M. I. T. student center.
Education for Action, a student-run program which sponsors independent volunteer work by Harvard and Radcliffe students, has announced that it
American university professors consistently rate the quality of graduate faculties at Harvard and the University of California at Berkeley as
268 pages, Macmillan, $7.95. "AMERICA," remarked Gertrude Stein, "is the oldest nation in the world." America's architecture, sadly, bears out
DECADES AGO, in those years before the Square bustled with its hectic profusion of hipboutiques, street people. Xerox services, and
Student members of the Harvard Cooperative Society elected four opposition candidates to the Coop's 23-member board of directors this week.
Finds Most Protests in East Student protests occur most often at large, Eastern liberal arts colleges with high admission standards
Addressing a closely-guarded Republican rally last night in Anaheim, Calif., President Nixon called on American voters to reject candidates who
In a nationally broadcast speech last night, President Nixon proposed an immediate standstill cease-fire in Indochina as a "major new
Boston: Beacon Press. 154 pp. $7.50. "MOST MEN," wrote Henry David Thoreau, "even in this comparatively free country, through mere