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A School of Quality Fights a Stereotype

In 1948, a defunct medical school squatted quietly near Waltham, Mass. The 200 acres of grass and mud were violated

Harvard Formula Need On Nation-Wide Basis

A Harvard-inspired formula for determining the financial need of scholarship applicants will go into nationwide operation this week. The College

Yale Defeats Crimson, 21-7

It is trite to describe a football game in the subjunctive. "If this" and "if that" are as common in

Man in the White Hat

Band music blared through halls and locker rooms. Gold lettering on the carved plaques was obscured by heavy chalk slashes,

Green Halts Varsity Attack As Beagle's Passes Connect

A bread and butter play in Harvard's football offense is the inside reverse, with the wingback carrying on a handoff

Crimson Favored to Beat Winless Dartmouth

Big Weekend has already started in Hanover, N.H. Fraternities are crowded with the best of dates from Colby, Smith, and

Gen Ed: Familiarity Breeds Contentment

From the time of President Eliot's Five-Foot Shelf, educators have sought repeatedly to offset specialization in American colleges. Harvard's General

Varsity Opens Season by Overpowering Massachusetts Eleven by 60-to-6 Score

Near the half of Saturday's game, an undergraduate stole over to the University of Massachusetts stands. Quickly, he grabbed a

Crimson Eleven Opens Against UMass Today

An excellent Harvard football team and an average Harvard football squad begin the 1955 season this afternoon, the last major

Cleary Scores Nine Points As Six Wallops B.U., 13-2

Bill Cleary scored nine points last night. As a result, the first-ranked varsity hockey team whipped Boston University, 13 to

State Supreme Court Turns Down University Foes on Arboretum Shift

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court yesterday ruled against the petitioners of the Association for the Arnold Arboretum, a group attempting

Band's Eight-Foot Bass Drum Expires From Age, Cold

The Band's eight-foot bass drum died yesterday. The sudden cold popped open a hole between one ageing cowhide head and

By 1970: 10,000 Men of Harvard College?

"This picture shows the original form of Boylston Hall. You see it is a pretty good-looking building. I cannot say

Lamont Will Reinstate Program of Late Hours

Lamont will extend its hours during reading and exam periods, reversing a former decision eliminating the late times begun last

University May Maintain So. African Observatory

The University will probably retain its Boyden Observatory in Bloemfontein, South Africa, but only in partnership with other leading world