Susan L. Donner

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Groups Sponsor Chicana Speaker; First At Radcliffe

"We can be Chicans, professionals, mothers, all without stripping ourselves," Dr. Alicia V. Cuaron, co-chair of the National League of

Cancer Cures Improve

Although often thought of as a modern disease, cancer is as old as the most primitive animals and plants. Fossils

Harvard Limits Pamphleteers Despite New Jersey Decision

University authorities will permit only officially recognized undergraduate groups to distribute printed materials on campus, despite a New Jersey court

Former Speaker McCormack Dies After 42 Years in House

John W. McCormack, former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and Congressional representative of Dorchester, South Boston and Roxbury

Playing The Game

At 12:30 p.m. today, not a seat will be empty at Soldiers Field as the Crimson confronts the Yale Bulldogs

Law School Competition Attracts 500 Spectators

A crowd of more than 500 gathered last night at the Law School to witness the final rounds of the

Probe Identifies Ringlets Composing Saturn's Rings

"Nobody in their wildest imaginations ever dreamed of finding such features in the rings around Saturn," Allan F. Cook, associate

Vincente Minnelli Discusses Career As Film Director

"There's something inside that tells you to do certain things that turn out more or less right," Vincente Minnelli, an

Scientists Explore Cosmic Phenomena

Harvard astronomers fear the government will slash funds earmarked for a National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) mission to study