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Group 20 Opens

The Group 20 players once again effectively demonstrated their mettle last week by presenting an entertaining and well-done performance in

Its Effects on a Few Have Produced a Harvard Myth

Last November, a Boston citizen mailed a letter addressed simply, "Kremlin on the Charles, Cambridge 38, Mass." Without a question

Horton New Dean Of Divinity School

Douglas Horton, Minister of the General Council of Congregational Christian Churches, is the new dean of the Divinity School. President

Divinity School Outlines Expansion of Research

Acting Dean George H. Williams yesterday announced detailed preliminary plans for Divinity school renovation which will "make the school one

Battle of the Budget

While the University does not always make policy by looking at its stock returns, few could doubt that solvency is

Charge of the Right Brigade

They were obviously energetic. In fact, they were determined. When they swept through the dining room door, the one in

Winthrop Buildings May Be Joined

A plan to build an addition to Winthrop House joining Gore and Standish Halls has been submitted to the administration

Group Begins National Pro-Censure Maneuver

An independent group of students here has begun a national "students for McCarthy Censure" movement. Intended as a counter-force against

New 'League for Reaction' Opposes Sex, Modern Politics at Yale Law

NEW HAVEN, Nov. 17--While Yale Law School students and deans fought this past week over new 2 a.m. parietal rules

Council Votes Merger Of 2 Class Committees

The Student Council last night decided to absorb the traditional Class Day Committee into the Permanent Class Committee and to

Bicks Revives International Affairs Group

The international Activities Committee--deal now for over a year--will be revived this fall, David P. Bicks '55, vice-president of the

Admission Policy Defended By Harvard Club Presidents

Harvard Club officials throughout the country last night disagreed with conclusions of the Student Council's Committee on Publicity that exclusive

Divinity Students Attack Official Religious Policy

Officers of the Divinity School Student Association last night charged that the University's religious policies will cause a loss of

Dartmouth A Lonely Crowd

Once upon a time many years ago, the good towns people of Hanover decided to impose a residence tax on

Hunt Will Try to Stop PBH Religious Changes

Douglas W. Hunt '55, president of the Phillips Brooks House Association, last night charged that his group will be faced