Possible University curtailment of undergraduate film organizations' activity has been postponed until next fall, Associate Dean Watson '37 announced last
Seven years of bitter departmental botanical quarrels were publicly settled officially, at least yesterday. The University released the Corporation's statement
Housemasters will turn down ten percent more freshmen first-choice House applications this fall than in recent years. By a joint
For the first time in the history of the House system freshmen need not worry this year about being accepted
Applications for the Business School's Class of '55 entering in September may reach a record total this spring, Assistant Dean
Six years of bitter interdepartmental botanical quarrels seem settled with the University's announcement yesterday that construction has begun on a
All House applications for next fall will be accepted. For the first time in the history of the House system,
For the first time in the history of the House system, Claverly Hall residents may enter the Houses at mid-years
Journalists last month suddenly dragged a rather unwilling physicist out of secluded Lyman Laboratory into the public's view. Self-effacing Edward
Money is where you find it, the saying goes, and since 1640 Harvard has been looking in some mighty strange
All foreign students planning to vacation in the Eastern Hemisphere must leave the United States before December 24 of obtain
Twentieth Century Fox's newest technicolor extravaganza, Bloodhounds of Broadway, should rate as one of the worst musicals of the year.
Discovery of over $26,000 in misplaced gifts will necessitate the University's making a complete survey of its financial records this
A friendly, if one-sided, 18-year-old rivalry draws to a close Friday when G. Wallace Woodworth '24, Conductor of the Harvard
In 140 years the Museum of Comparative Zoology may be one of the richest departments in the University, James R.