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Harvard and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library: Chance for Great Achievement Through Cooperation

Four years from now the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library will sit on the banks of the Charles across the

Malfunction of Set Forces Early End for Loeb Show

For the first time in several years, a Loeb main stage performance had to be stopped before the final curtain

Faculty-Supervised Loeb Directors May Qualify for Independent Study

One or two undergraduates "under close faculty supervision" may receive independent study credit for projects involving directing plays on the

The Harvard Review and the Loeb

This issue marks a step in an uncertain direction for The Harvard Review. While many college magazines long to reach

The Garden

Into the life of a thoroughly conventional family comes a very unusual stranger: a natural person in the midst of

Spring's Awakening

If this production were one step worse than it is, people would call it a beautiful failure. Director Tom Babe,

Monro Explains System For House Applications

Dean Monro said yesterday that freshmen with a strong preference for entering one House should "definitely express that preference, and

Yarmolinsky Candidate for Professorship

Adam Yarmolinsky '46, deputy assistant secretary of defense for international affairs, will probably become a professor at the Law School

'The Cape'-$20 Billion Adventure

But why, say some, the moon? Why choose this as our goal? And, they may well ask, why climb the

Two Views of JFK: History and Eulogy

The mists have now set in for good over John F. Kennedy. It is hard to realize that these books

Protest in Washington Larger Than Expected

WASHINGTON, D.C., Nov. 27--Thousands of marchers, about 800 of them from Harvard, came to Washington Saturday to protest American policy


All season long, Harvard coach John Yovicson has been waiting for his offence to break loose. It didn't work against

Bulldog Freshmen Contain Gatto And Breeze Past Crimson, 45-20

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 19--Yale's undefeated freshman football team bottled up Vic Gatto and clobbered the Harvard freshmen 45 to

The 3-Way Battle of the Drama Reviews

The Harvard community is full of theatre nuts. When a quirk of scheduling put four shows in competition last Saturday,

Gen Ed Plan Needs Strong Support: Doty

The chairman of the Doty Committee said yesterday that the success or failure of the proposed new Gen Ed plan