James N. Woodruff

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A Silent Majority?

T HE ONCE pulsating spirit of rebellion in the Square seems to have vanished now, perhaps into the depths of

Cronkhite Society Presents Awards

The School of Education's Graduate Society last night presented medals to three alumnae: Margaret Atwood, novelist and poet; Rulan Chao

Commencement Day 1930: Old Notes and Bad Food

Fifty years ago, on a hot, muggy day in mid-June, about 200 young women filed into Agassiz Hall, their long

Laxwomen Finish Seventh in Nation

It was the apocalyse of a season this weekend, as the women's lacrosse team placed seventh in the national tournament

Laxwomen Drop First Game, Finish 3rd in New Englands

After being nudged out by an underdog University of New Hampshire squad, 3-2, Saturday, the women's lacrosse team beat the

A Major By Any Other Name

Many students enter the Psychology Department with what psychologists would call "incorrect expectancies." While most concentrators expect a more patient

Black Forum

Black Americans must unite in voicing their concerns to presidential candidates if the problems facing Blacks are to be solved,

Most Seniors Purchasing Coop's Alternate Gowns

An attorney for Cotrell and Leonard, the traditional supplier of Harvard's graduation gowns, said yesterday the company believes the International

Intramural Ethics

The four-member Intramurals Ethics Committee (IEC) will meet this weekend to draft an official statement on intramural sportsmanship. The statement