F our years ago, Paula Lozano '84 entered Harvard with a clear vision of what she wanted to do when
Y ale alumni treasurer B. Patrick Madden, a member of the undefeated 1969 Bulldog squad, doesn't think any we should
A S PART of a rehabilitation program to get an Connery's 007 ready for a return to action, British Secret
A NEW and promising political partnership is in danger of being extinguished in its infancy, and it is not the
Whatever one thinks about censoring the Band, their University-inspected performance at halftime of the Harvard-Army football game pointed out one
Patrolman Michael Pavone stopped 300 cars on Memorial Drive late Friday night and said the same thing to every driver.
After spearheading an effort to increase university control of intercollegiate athletic policy, President Bok yesterday toned down his controversial proposal
President Bok will go head to head today with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) officials over his proposal to bring
As part of the effort to reduce the number of alcohol-related automobile accidents in Massachusetts, Gov. Michael S. Dukakis said
NOT REGISTERING for the draft, it seems, is a lot like jaywalking. When you dart across the street in the
Two state commissions will this fall begin investigating the possibility of subsidies to municipalities such as Cambridge which have a
C HRISTINE CRAFT WAS a popular news anchor in 1981, for Kansas City television station KMBC-TV. In eight months, Craft
A recent NCAA committee report urging that freshman be ineligible for varsity basketball was supported yesterday by Harvard's basketball coach.
A bill that would deny state financial aid to students who do not register for the draft has moved through