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Horner Inaugurated Sixth President; Urges Radcliffe to Maintain Identity

Marina Souretis Horner was formally inaugurated yesterday as the sixth president of Radcliffe. A crowd of approximately 300 guests--nearly all

The Status of Women: Is Harvard Progressing?

The status of women within the University has hovered near the bottom of Harvard's list of priorities for several hundreds

GWO Report Reveals Inconsistency In Graduate Student Job Placement

The Graduate Women's Organization (GWO) called for consistent job placement policies for recent Ph.D.s in a report mailed to all

Coming and Going

C oming and Going is a production in the tradition of the Living Theatre, in which communication is partially derived

We Bombed in New Haven

Y ale has undergone a cultural transformation. Its response to the trends of the Sixties has finally put it on

Festival Group Holds Meeting

An initial meeting of the Harvard Festival Committee last Sunday afternoon was attended by almost 70 people. Representatives of all

Theatre at Harvard Not Just the Loeb

"We hear that the really talented people at Harvard spend their time at public activities, such as drama (which is

Beatrix Potter

L ong ago and far away, fantasy was frowned upon. Refined children read moral tales and scorned frivolous stories. The