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Volunteer Teachers For Africa Links University With Tanzania

For the past six years, a small committee in the basement of the Phillips Brooks House has been carrying on

Yarborough Denounces NDEA Revision

Texas's Democratic Senator Ralph Yarborough denounced last night at the Administration's proposed phase-out of student under the National Defense Education

Harvard Wins Arboretum Case; 3-2 Decision Ends Court Battle

The seven-year battle over the bitter and complex Arnold Arboretum case ended Monday when the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts

Army Tops Swimmers In 51-44 Power Show

Army's powerful and well-conditioned swimming team swept three crucial individual events to tink the Crimson varsity, 51-44, at the IAB

Harvard Tackles Cadets In Crucial Swim Battle

The most exciting swimming meet of the season begins at 4 p.m. today in the IAB, when the varsity gets

Sophomore Freestylers Buoy Swimmers' Hopes

Harvard's fastest swimming team in history opens its season in the IAB tomorrow night against Springfield, but because of general

The Higher Education Act: New Step in Federal Aid

The passage of the $2.3 billion Higher Education Bill by the 89th Congress on October 20 heralds a new role

Katzenbach Chides Student Protestors

WASHINGTON, Oct. 7--U.S. Attorney General Nicholas DeB. Katzenbach warned this evening that student demonstrations on the campus may damage the

Alabama Jury Acquits Slayer of ETS Student

An all-white jury in Hayneville, Alabama, yesterday acquitted the man who called Jonathan M. Daniels, a civil-rights worker and a

May Registration Set For Gen Ed Courses

The early-morning, rain-or-shine wait for admission to lower-level General Education courses is over. Instead, all undergraduates wishing to enroll in

Williams Defends U.S. Congo Policy; Student Groups Picket, Hear Speech

Mennen Williams, assistant secretary State for African Affairs, defended policy in the Congo last night before Hall Forum audience which

Nathaniel Nakasa

The first time I met Nathaniel Nakasa was at a discussion following a speech by the prominent white South African

Four Teams Seek NCAA Swim Title

Harvard's three finalists in the Eastern swimming championships two weeks ago depart today for the NCAA tournament at Iowa State,

Mahoney Wins 3-Meters For Second EISL Crown

NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 1 --Harvard's Danny Mahoney proved himself unquestionably one of the finest divers in the nation tonight,

Mahoney Wins Low-board in Upset; Yale Leads in Eastern Swim Finals

Harvard's sensational Danny Mahoney upset defending champion Dave Hawk of Cornell last night to win the one-meter diving chmapionship in