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Hedging Their Bets

W HEN SOVIET Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko walked away from his meeting with Walter Mondale Thursday, the usually poker-faced Soviet

Council Debates Rugby Grant, Heckling Policy

In its final meeting this spring, the Undergraduate Council last night became tangled in the sort of procedural arguments that

Reflecting On the 1969 Student Strike

Today marks the 15th anniversary of the 1969 student takeover of University Hall, an event that shook the Harvard community

Keeping An Eye on the Children

T HE ELECTION of Ronald Reagan in 1980 signalled a full-scale attack on the needs and benefits of groups with

Council to Sponsor Concert Featuring Rock Band R.E.M.

The Undergraduate Council last night tentatively agreed to sponsor a spring benefit concert at the Bright Hockey Center featuring the

Keeping a Low Profile

TODAY is a day of rest for the 1984 Presidential candidates. The frantic handshaking and phone-calling has all but ceased;

Council Cash

The Undergraduate Council last night considered a recommendation of the group's communications and finance committee that the council distribute more

Council Discusses Improving Contact With Undergraduates

In an unusually short and uncontroversial meeting the Undergraduate Council last right turned its attention inwards and examined the relationship

Council May Continue Dispute Over University Copier Bill

The undergraduate Council and College officials reached a tentative compromise last month over a copying bill dispute, but council officers

Lyss Likely to Be Reelected; Council's First Two-Term Chair

Tomorrow night's election for chairman of the Undergraduate Council will probably not be hotly contested, according to Council representatives, since

The Silent Generation

S PEND NEXT WEEKEND in New Hampshire and You'll be struck by the activism of today's youth; students will he

Going Home Again

More than 15 years after he left Harvard to pursue a successful career in New York City government. Robert F.

Newly Elected Mayors Attend IOP Seminar on Transition

Twenty-two of the nation's newly elected mayors gathered at the Kennedy School's Institute of Politics (IOP) last sight to begin

K-School Center Sponsor Conflict Negotiation Conference

Thirty-five of the nation's business and government leaders gathered at the Kennody School of Government this weekend to settle a

Rejoining the Fray

"I knew we would have to work some double magic to have John Anderson pull ahead of both Reagan and