Steven R. Rivkin

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The Turkish Army

The Middle East propaganda mills have focussed their benevolent attention these past two weeks on the activities of three hostile

Extracurricular Activities and Professionalism

No aspect of Harvard College is perhaps more celebrated than its vaunted tradition of undergraduate freedom. Yet where once Harvard's

Governor Ascendant

Time was when a change in political administrations meant bad news for the status quo, as new people and new

Politics and the Don

The fifty-year-old beefy-faced leader of Her Majesty's loyal opposition was talking quietly in the sitting room of the Dana-Palmer House

Mason Declares Support Of International Center

Edward S. Mason, professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Public Administration, yesterday endorsed the idea that Harvard

Red-Hot Capitalist

The Class reports on a Harvard graduate traditionally list not only his achievements but his prejudices, cants, and religious eccentricities.

Princeton Will Examine Adoption of House Plan

Four decades after Woodrow Wilson tried unsuccessfully to abolish the club system, Princeton may be moving toward a new residential

University Weighs Ideas For New Colony College

A suggestion that the University establish a new liberal arts college in either Oregon, Washington, Idaho, or Montana has been

New Group to Sponsor Rally Seeking Action in Hungary

A provisional College group advocating strong U.S. action in Hungary will sponsor a kick-off rally in Boston Sunday night to