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UHS Head to Leave Top-Spot

The director of Harvard University Health Services (UHS) will step down from the post in June 1989 after taking the

New Transfers Not Assured House Spots

In a move that breaks with past policy, the University said yesterday it cannot guarantee new transfer students any on-campus

AIDS Researcher Wins Award

A leading AIDS researcher at the School of Public Health yesterday was named a recipient of one of the most

Harvard Police May Strike for Contract

As thousands of alumni and dignitaries convened for the University's 350th celebration two weeks ago, Harvard's in-house policemen's union embarked

Alumni Heading Home As 350th Winds Down

Echoing the words of Harvard President James Bryant Conant '13 in 1936, President Derek C. Bok yesterday adjourned an anniversary

Phew! That Was Good

Society cannot be organized under one narrow conception of "the good," argued two of world's mostreknown philosophers yesterday, reaching similar

Physicist Dyson Honors Phi Beta Kappa Winners

After their traditional march through Harvard Yard, the seniors graduating Phi Beta Kappa assembled in Sanders Theater yesterday morning for

Fighting the AIDS Virus at Harvard

High above the street, in Massachusetts General Hospital's Grey Building, behind steel double-doors and space-age airlocks, scientists are busily searching

Baby Peanuts

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown Book and Lyrics by Cahrles Schultz Directed by Henry Biggs At Winthrop House JCR

The Urban Health Project

Two years ago, three first-year Harvard medical students--all enrolled in the same course in community medicine--decided to apply their rapidly

Making Medicine Mean More: HMS Meets the Real World

"If you really want to get good training in Primary Care, go to a state school," says second-year Harvard medical

Practicing Politics

T HE NAME OF the game is changing faster than you can say "ahhh," and no mean tongue depressor is

High Malpractice Costs Keep Young Docs Away

The high cost of malpractice insurance and billing restrictions in Massachusetts are causing increasing numbers of young doctors to leave

Remember What Mother Told You: Keep Away From House

House Directed by Steve Miner At the USA Beacon Hill I T'S BEEN A long day and you're ready to

12 Early Classes Violate Rule

Few students enjoy waking up early for morning classes, but a small fraction of the student body may have a