Elizabeth E. Ryan

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Hello Dalai

After waiting over ten years for permission to visit the United States--a decadehangingon the intricacies of U.S.-China relations--His Holiness the

A Scoop Behind the Coop

Long before man created rock and roll there was folk music. And the multitudes partook of it and rejoiced. Then

This Column Doesn't Have a Name

You don't have to be Unitarian to love the Nameless Coffeehouse. And you don't need divine guidance to find it,

New CfIA Fellows Include African, Asian Affairs Experts

The 19 Fellows of the Center for International Affairs (CfIA) this year will include several experts on African and Asian

GSE Begins Africa Forum

The Graduate School of Education will present an "educational forum" on Tuesday concerning Harvard investments in South Africa, in response

Yale Psychiatrist Claims Mentors Help Adolescents

"The process of entering adulthood occurs between the ages of 17 and 33," and the success of the development depends

Committee on Race Relations To Seek More Student Input

Ora Fant, minority recruitment and retention coordinator at the Medical School, spoke yesterday before the Committee on Race Relations as

Pondering the Meaning of It All

The ethical questions raised by developments in science, politics, and social issues in the past few years emphasize the rapidly

B.U. Smashes Providence, 5-3

The Terriers of Boston University battered Providence College, 5-3, last night, in the special ECAC hockey playoff game to gain

Divers, Women Crest as Tournaments Progress

The six super swimmers who towed the Harvard women's swim team into seventh place Thursday carried it to sixth place

Universe Origin

Steven Weinberg, Higgins Professor of Physics, told a crowd of over 500 at the Science Center last night that "using

Women Swimmers Flounder at Yale

Although the score was 72-59 in favor of Yale when the Crimson women's swim team threw in the towel at

Frosh Crumble; R.I. Sweeps

Despite a valiant effort by the freshman basketball team to capture fame and fortune in its 13th game of the

Ethnic Solidarity Divides Society, Professor Claims

Orlando Patterson, professor of Sociology, stated in an article in yesterday's New York Times that the recent emphasis on ethnic

Pool Debut Marked By Big Splash

Blodgett Pool, the new Olympic-size swimming and diving pool at the Soldiers Field athletic center, was officially opened Saturday with