R OBERT E. KLITGAARD '68 learned the hard way to be careful when writing about college admissions. When draft of
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President Bok evidently wasn't too worried about the shop this summer--he took off for a two-month "working" vacation in Italy.
President Bok evidently wasn't too worried about the shop this summer--he took off for a two-month "working" vacation in fray.
The following conversations was recorded in the Kremlin by a top-secret U.S. electronic device. A tape of the conversation was
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Visiting scholars come to Harvard to spend a year all the time, but undergraduates may be paying more than the
Thomas E. Holsworth, a psychology professor and member of the admissions board at St. Meinrad College, has a special problem.
I F THE TARGET of Bob Woodward's latest investigative efforts had been a politician rather than as actor--and if the