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From Linen Depots to Class Marshals: Was '65 Only Part of a Larger Cycle?

What's in a class? Few Harvard undergraduates, even those on the threshhold of the Outside World, would claim they felt

Bundy Addresses Phi Beta Kappa; Explains American Foreign Policy

While discussing the Administration's efforts in the Cold War, McGeorge Bundy spent his day and a half in Cambridge apparently

A Parting Shot

During the past year the Harvard Faculty finally turned its attention to undergraduate education. But like a writer returning to

Ford Gives University $12.5 Million For Study of International Affairs

The Ford Foundation announced today a $12.5-million grant to Harvard to strengthen the University's program in international affairs. The grant

Overseers Hold Parietals Talks; Indicate Concern With Morality

The Overseers' Committee to Visit the College discussed parietal hours yesterday with the Administration, Radcliffe officials, the Committee on the

Faculty Votes to Continue Gen Ed Course Offerings

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences gave an overwhelming vote of confidence to the basic outlines of the General Education

Leo's 46-Yard Run Gives Crimson Win In The Game. 18-14

As it has always done during its short spend of 263 years, Yale tried to follow Harvard's example Saturday. But

Constable Will Seek Reaction to Proposal

Giles Constable, associate professor of History, said last night he was interested in hearing the reaction of professors presently teaching

A Subdued RFK Plays to Huge Crowds

NEW YORK, N.Y. The Democratic-Liberal candidate for New York's Senatorial seat is mobbed at every campaign stop. Crowds turn out

Steward of Club Served Minors, Gets Jail Term

The Steward of the DU Club has been red following his conviction last week on charges of attempting to bribe

Faculty Allots $1 Million For A New Science Center

The Corporation has formally decided to build an undergraduate science center, Dean Ford announced yesterday. Ford told yesterday's faculty meeting

Destroying Racial Stereotypes

The Negro Revolution and civil rights in general have been so exhaustively discussed and analyzed during the past year that

Lloyd S. Michael

Lloyd S. Michael talks reluctantly about his personal background--his Mt. Vernon, Ohio birthplace, and the chronology of his rise to

Harvard's NDEA Grant May Be Largest Ever

The University will probably receive this year the largest allocation of NDEA loan funds since the National Defense Education Act

Wagner to Seek Federal Aid for Harlem

NEW YORK CITY, July 30--Mayor Robert F. Wagner will journey to Washington this week-end to request federal aid for Harlem's