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'Hey, Hey, How Ya Doin'?'

I T WAS THAT MOMENT just before the start of a sporting event when the crowd sets aside its anticipatory

A Professional President

N EIL L. RUDENSTINE is Harvard's first professional president. He represents a new breed of university leaders, one who climbed

Here We Go Again

I T IS OFTEN SAID that war is simply a continuation of politics by other means. Unfortunately, the inverse is

Police Depts. Investigate Assault Complaints

Both Harvard and Cambridge police departments are conducting internal investigations into charges that officers failed to respond when Crimson editors

The Devil Went Down to Texas

W HAT are the most serious crises afflicting American youth today? Drugs? High drop-out rates? Teen pregnancy? School officials in

Kohl to Speak at Commencement

West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl will deliver the principle address at this year's Commencement Exercises, a source close to Kohl

Student Admits Fake ID Sale

A Dunster House sophomore admitted in court Tuesday that he manufactured and sold fake driver's licenses to undergraduates at Harvard

Afro-Am: Going Nowhere Fast

A FRO-AMERICAN Studies is Harvard's worst department, and there isn't a damned thing it can do to save itself. Afro-Am

Faculty Starts Debate On ROTC's Status

In response to lobbying from student opponents of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), the Faculty Council is reviewing Harvard's

Financing Higher Education's Future

Universities under siege. Higher education at risk. That's the picture painted by Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence in

Spence Report Lists FAS's Top Fundraising Priorities

Charting a course to take the Faculty of arts and Sciences (FAS) into the next century, Dean of the Faculty

Free Speech Rules Approved by Council

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) moved closer yesterday to approving a set of guidelines designed to define free

Harvard Profs Do the Talk Show Thing

This was a busy week for Baird Professor of History Richard Pipes. The Soviet studies expert and member of former

Ec Seeks to Tenure First Woman Prof

In a move that could bring one of Harvard's largest departments its first tenured women ever, the University will offer

From Franco's Spain to University Hall

Andreu Mas-Colell, the new associate dean for affirmative action, has faced tougher opponents than the Harvard bureaucracy in his 45