Michael D. Nolan

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The Company We Keep

T HIS afternoon President Bok will welcome me and 1627 classmates into the Company of Educated Men and Women. The

Policing the Academy

P ROFESSOR of Government Martin Kilson played a moral trump card yesterday. In a letter to the editor, Kilson took

Medicine Ball

R EMEMBER Our Gang? Once in a while, about every third episode, inspiration would strike Spanky, who could never contain

Over the Cliffe

A N HISTORIC era for Radcliffe College will come to a close at the end of the next academic year

Murdoch Takes His Licks

E VERYBODY knows that it isn't good for the same guy to own all the newspapers and television stations. So

Ah, Diversity

Y ES, I could have written about learning to write papers the night before they're due or about recounting the

Bringing Up Baby

The contract is not illusory. Mrs. Whitehead was anxious to contract. This court finds that she had changed her mind,

The U .N. v. Amerika

T HE UNITED Nations and its partisans have been mounting an energetic campaign to protect the world organization from the

Of Bandits and Zealots

W HY DIDN'T anyone filch a few hundred grand? Among the unanswered questions of the "Iranamuck" scandal, this is the

The Reporter's Notebook

Need a Break? If an ambitious freshman gets her way--and it looks like she will--Yardlings soon will have a place

Department Reaffirms Tenure Nomination

The English Department last week reaffirmed its tenure nomination of a former associate professor whose bid for a permanent post

Disciplinary Plan to be Rewritten

The Faculty's steering committee yesterday called for substantial rewriting of a plan that would reform the College's disciplinary machinery, the

Faculty Group to Review Disciplinary Plan

Members of the steering committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences said yesterday they will not change substantially a

Disciplinary Review Takes Step Forward

A plan to revamp the disciplinary apparatus that punishes students won support from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences steering

Herschbach's `Lunatic Fringe' Now Cornerstone of Discipline

Dudley R. Herschbach described the work that won him a Nobel Prize yesterday as taking place on "the lunatic fringe"