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Freshman Cleared In Explosion Scare

The Administrative Board decided yesterday not to consider action against Phillip J. Atkinson '82 for keeping nitroglycerine in the Science

Circulation Increases Sharply For Med School Health Letter; Rise Attributed to H.U. Press

A direct mail campaign and other recent promotional activities have pushed the circulation of the Harvard Medical School Health Letter

Harvard to Honor Life and Writings Of Robert Lowell

Harvard will commemorate Robert T.S. Lowell Jr. '39, the leading American poet and former Harvard lecturer who died last fall

Field House Flood

A steam pipe in Dillon Field House and flooded a boiler room yesterday, but sports equipment stored there was undamaged,

GSD Helps Local Towns Hit by Storm

About 20 students and faculty members at the Graduate School of Design (GSD) have volunteered to help rebuild the eight

Freshmen Begin Thinking About Choice of Houses

Freshman are begining to confront traditional and often agonizing questions about rooming groups and House preferences as the March 10

Dean's Panel On Security Ends Study

The Dean's Committee on Security will recommend in its report to be released next week that the University improve outside

Powell Lauds Carter's Policy At B.U. Forum

"The President believes that you cannot put off problems simply because there is no national consensus; his duty is to

Off the Hook

In addition to cold weather, term papers and upcoming exams, dead telephones greeted many Harvard students upon their return to

Stores, Atrium Planned For Woolworth's Site

Construction of a new building complex containing four or five retail stores, two restaurants, expanded office space and an indoor