Adam K. Goodheart

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PC Past and Present

T HE RHETORIC sounds familiar: "They built up a clique at Harvard and Columbia and other colleges, both here and

Public Space: The City Examined

In the city of Syracuse in Sicily, there is a building that has served as the spiritual center of the

Seamus Heaney's Poetry: Excavating His Irish Roots

Seamus Heaney Selected Poems, 1966-1987 Farrar, Straus and Giroux $20.00 I have often passed Seamus Heaney making his way up

Jackson Visits Prince At Cambridge Hotel

The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson spent Sunday night in Cambridge discussing the Middle East crisis with a Saudi prince who

Bhutto Deposed by Pakistan's President

Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto '73 is reportedly under house arrest in Islamabad after being deposed in a surprise move

Rosovsky Says He Is Not a Candidate For the Presidency

Geyser University Professor Henry Rosovsky, whom many had considered the inside-track contender for the Harvard presidency, surprised the University last

Does This Film Sound Familiar to You?

"I'll take `Movies' for $100, please, Alex." All right. This film features lovable, bumbling criminals who just can't seem to

From Bok, An (Unintentional) Self-Evaluation

Derek C. Bok has written a book that is an insightful and tough assessment of the performance of American higher

Choosing A Person, Choosing A Mission

When Derek C. Bok announced last month that he intends to resign from the Harvard presidency, he immediately set alumni,

A People-Watcher's Field Guide

It is just another day in Harvard Square. Dizzy Gillespie, the legendary jazz trumpeter with the bullfrog cheeks, passes through

And Now, Some People You'll Probably Never Meet

At times during your first month here--at a crowded Yard keg party, perhaps, or in the lunch line at the

City Near Parking Agreement

Cambridge officials said yesterday that they are close to reaching a temporary resolution of a two-year-old dispute over the number

University Lobbying On AIDS Legislation

The University's threat to withdraw sponsorship of the Eighth International Conference on AIDS is part of a broader effort by

University Threatens To Nix Sponsorship Of AIDS Conference

As a protest against a U.S. immigration law which restricts the travel of those infected with the AIDS virus, the

Bok's Deafening Silence

P ICTURE this: The federal government's Pell Grants program, which gives millions of dollars each year to needy college students,