Michael W. Miller

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Fight Fiercely Harvard

T HIRTY YEARS AGO, my father marched into Harvard Yard, threw his mortarboard into the air, and was welcomed to

Women in the Spotlight

For Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the semester that ends today was a time of ferment for one of

Arrest Ends Impostor's Escapades

The New York police last night arrested a young con artist whose year-long trail of deception took him through a

The Man Who Wasn't There

O n April 7, a United Press International reporter in Warsaw placed a telephone call to a 39-year-old electrician in

Freshman Memories

W hen Harvard students think back to freshman year, what are the first memories that come to mind? Sheldon H.

Veritas Between the Sheets

A GREAT MANY scenes at Harvard seem singularly well suited as backdrops for a novel. The gently rolling waters of


A NUMBER of professors stood behind their lecterns for their first classes of the semester last week and told the

No More Punchlines

O N A LARGE COLLEGE CAMPUS there are few universals in a student body's collective consciousness. To prove this fact

Faculty Loosens Rules On Off-Campus Courses

Harvard students will have an easier time next year receiving credit for off campus courses, but will find it slightly