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Dukakis Proposes Loans for 11 Cities

After more than two weeks of State House debate. Gov. Michael S. Dukakis yesterday proposed a plan that would resolve

Proposals for Homeless May--Expand City Shelters

A new emergency shelter for the city's homeless may be operating by late May, as part of Gov. Michael S.

House Expected to Pass Prop 21/2 Delay for Cities

The state House of Representatives' expected formal approval today of Gov. Michael S. Dukakis's local aid package well end a

Student-Run Lobby Faces Fight on Campus Funding

A state-wide, student run lobby for consumer and environmental protection is facing a challenge form several state legislators and conservative

Legislature Passes Scholarship Hike

In the first substantial student aid funding increase in more than 10 years, the state legislature last week approved a

Researchers Defend Use of Pounds' Dogs

Citing the need for dogs in research, several Medical School professors last week testified before the state legislature in an

State Aid to Cities Would Preserve Status Quo; Cambridge Officials Hope for $11 Million Package

Gov. Michael S. Dukakis's pledge to increase local aid by more than $150 million over last year has drawn praise

State Budget Should Boost City Funds

Based on past promises, Governor Michael S. Dukakis' proposed budget for fiscal year 1984 should increase aid to cities and

Law School Teach-in Probes Vietnam War, Vets' Problems

"They" made a mistake "They" made us a scapegoat. In a war we couldn't have won The voung have seen

College Newspaper Suit

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.--Nearing the end of a three-year fight with the University of Minnesota, the Minnesota Daily, an undergraduate newspaper, now

Professors' Petition Asks U.S. To Cut Back Aid to Israel

About 50 Harvard professors last month joined more than 450 academies in singing a petition that urges the suspension of

$400 Million Goal

Columbia University this week launched a five-year fundraising campaign to raise $400 million, the highest fund-raising goal ever set by

Local Teach-Ins to Examine Real Solutions to Arms Race

The School of Public Health (SPH) and several local disarmament organizations today are sponsoring programs on solutions to the nuclear

Charles River Bridge Faces Identity Crisis

If you try to follow the maps and road signs to the Larz Anderson bridge, you'll never get there. It's