Emily M. Bernstein

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Bok Rejects Dalton Tenure Appeal

President Bok announced yesterday that he did not grant tenure to Assistant Professor of Law Clare Dalton, who charged that

The Master's Disaster

I AM A Social Studies concentrator. I have no intention of going to law school. I have never worn a

Pudding Heights

K ITSCH meets culture. Free love meets repressed sexual mores. Leather meets lace. Polyester double-knit meets silk brocade. No, it's

Mere Grandstanding?

I N accepting the incomplete reports on the facts unearthed by and the motives of the Justice Department probe, the

The P.C. Chronicle

It's Easy to Be P.C. Thousands of James Taylor fans flocked to Harvard Stadium last week for the latest rendition

Of Beers, Bond and Brackets: The New Harvard Curriculum

If you came to Harvard to learn about partying, there's good news at hand. Now, you can get credit for

Blase About First Year At Harvard

Oh sure, I knew exactly what I was doing when I went to college. People would ask me if I

The Fault Lies Not in the Stars...

L AST week, two freshmen presented a petition protesting the College's new housing lottery process, and convinced more than 1200

Overseers Consider Divestment Report

The Board of Overseers yesterday met to discuss a series of recommendations on the divestment issue, but the president of

University Reports No Divestment

Harvard did not make any fresh decisions to pull out of companies doing business in South Africa over the past

Alumni Consider Legal Action on Board Report

A group of activist alumni said yesterday it is considering taking legal action against the University to block recommended changes

Tobacco Divestment Weighed

In a precedent-setting move, Harvard is considering divesting its stock holdings in two major U.S. tobacco companies. The University wrote

Bok Discusses Profs Going to Washington

President Bok and Dean of the Kennedy School of Government Graham T. Allison '62 have joined in the speculation about

Bok: Medical Fund Includes Safeguards

President Bok yesterday said he felt confident that the Medical School's new $30 million venture capital program will not jeopardize

Corp. Pick Due During Fall

The committee to search for a new Corporation member met over the summer, and President Bok said last week he