I WAS 17 AND a reporter for a small daily newspaper in rural Upstate New York when I met Robin
B ELLA ABZUG, unmarried pregnant girls, Radcliffe women in Harvard classrooms, successful women and, potentially women who don't use feminine
Alison N. Mitchell '76 will become the first woman to head a Harvard student publication when she takes office as
T HE PRODUCTION of Fiorello! at Harvard or Radcliffe was only a matter of time, and its timing--in the well-publicized
A door-to-door Crimson Halloween survey conducted last night revealed that 83.33 per cent of a sample of Harvard professors give
In this year's Information about Radcliffe College for prospective students there appears a picture of a student and instructor with
Racliffe's varsity crews went down to tragic defeats at the women's nationals in Oakland, Calif., two weeks ago--defeats that have
Frederick L. Mitchell, varsity swim captain, is this year's recipient of the William J. Bingham Award, Harvard's top athletic prize.
Affirmative action is a funny name for a plan whose acceptance was one of the bigger non-events of the year.
Perhaps the only undisputed statement made by a city councilor during the past year was Walter J. Sullivan's, "Cambridge politics
Charles P. Slichter '45 is a physics professor first, a Harvard Fellow second. A man dedicated to his profession, his
To most undergraduates the Corporation is as remote a concern as the Medical School power plant. Students are affected daily
History concentrators may finally be relieved of the pain and tension of general examinations--but at a high price. A proposal
The preliminary count of votes cast in Tuesday's Cambridge City Council election indicate certain election for incumbent Independent Walter J.