Mark T. Whitaker

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A Complex Place

S ENATOR Moynihan does not just relate intrigues in this, his record of his controversial stint as U.S. Ambassador to

Malle a la Coquette

T HE COME-ON was irresistible. Polanski, the peep shows--everybody's been hot about the subject of sex and children. Everbody's been

Where the Grass Is Never Greener

I N HIS SELF-DEPRECATINGLY entitled autobiography A Sort of Life , Graham Greene tells the story of how as a

Council Frowns At Awards For Teaching

The Faculty Council yesterday gave a cool reception to a proposal that the College offer three awards for teaching excellence

CRR Reform Package Goes to Council

Members of the Committee on Rights and Responsibilities (CRR) yesterday presented to the Faculty the disciplinary body's package for self-reform.

Student Proposals on Investment In South Africa Go to ASCR

The University has decided to channel recent student proposals for change in Harvard's investment policy on South Africa through its

The Noble Drive Toward Individualism

The whistle is finally being blown on easily the most discouraging, and frequently the most vulgar development within America's intellectual

Skirting Trouble

The question of what to do about student demands for more women's studies at Harvard was the first item on

The Debate Goes On And On

Although the Supreme Court justices had already repaired to their chambers to consider the Bakke case, anti-Bakke groups from throughout

Of Love and Longing, Trials and Triumphs

There must have been moments when I felt the sorrows of a motherless child, but what I most remember from

From 'Breathless' to Aimless.

Numero Deux (with subtitles) directed by Jean-Luc Godard presented by Center Screen at the Carpenter Center tonight through Sunday at

Faculty Council Starts Review Of Women's Studies Proposal

A student proposal that the Faculty appoint a special student-faculty committee on women's studies, endorsed in a petition by 1164

Barbarity Behind Bars

P ROTECTION IS NOT just the name of the game in prison. It is the game, period. Who will kill

A Flexible First Step For the Core

Harvard's nationally-touted pedagogical return to the "core curriculum" concept of undergraduate education took what many might consider a temporary turn

Concentration Proposals Start to Move Past Council

The Faculty Council yesterday endorsed all of the recommendations put forth in the first third of the report from the