James S. Mcguire

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Committee Advising Trustees On Investments May Disband

A Cornell student who is a member of the Investment Proxy Advisory Committee (IPAC), which advises the university trustee Investment

Squeeze Band

PRINCETON, N.J.--The new wave band Squeeze, currently riding the success of its hit "Tempted," will play at the annual Princeton

Football Players

LAWRENCE, Kansas--Three University of Kansas (KU) football players received probation recently after having pleaded no contest to charges of burglary

Arson Suspect

TUCSON, Ariz.--Following a series of suspicious fires and false alarms at the University of Arizona, a freshman who worked part

Pledging Accident

BALTIMORE, Md.--A sophomore fraternity pledge at Towson State University died last month while allegedly fulfilling a pledging requirement, after a

Princeton Fraternities

PRINCETON, N.J.--Representatives from seven national fraternities are trying to rally support at Princeton for starting up a social system that

Tenure Suit

WICHITA, Kansas--The director of the dance program at Wichita State University has field a $1.5 million lawsuit in federal court

April Fool's Theses

PRINCETON, N J--On April Fool's Day--coincidentally, the due date for Comparative Literature theses--three extra mysterious theses-- were placed in the

Export Controls

STANFORD, Calif.--The faculty senate at Stanford University recently adopted a resolution opposing the application of federal export controls to academic

Mind Games

N ICHOLAS COPERNICUS startled mankind 500 years ago by declaring that the earth revolves around the sun and not vice-versa.

Heads & Brains, Large & Small

A STUDY ON RACE RELATIONS at Harvard College, released in May 1980, found that about 20 per cent of all

Panel to Consider University Rents

President Bok is forming a committee of faculty and administrators to investigate whether the University should subsidize housing for academic

On the Precipice

T HE POPULATION BOMB in 1968 predicted a severe world-wide crisis sometime during 1970-1985 because of overpopulation. But despite many

Real World

T HE MAJORITY OPINION was arrived at by a democratic vote of Crimson editors, and minorities on campus rightly fear

ART to Tour 20 Northeastern Cities

The American Repertory Theater (ART), Harvard's resident drama company, will embark on a 20-city tour October 22, Robert Brustein, the