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Divestment Won't Help Anymore

T HE only thing that all Blacks in South Africa have in common is that they hate apartheid. With nine

Child Care and Government

As the demographic realities of working motherhood have become increasingly apparent in recent years, government initiatives--supported and spurred by the

Local 26 Awaits HUCTW Contract With Hopes of Its Own

Two years ago, when the seven male-dominated unions on Harvard's campus gave their support to the organizing campaign of the

Dollar Issues

As the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW) and the University hammer out the final details of their

Allison: No Brain Drain At KSG After Election

In a town meeting sponsored by the Kennedy School Student Government (KSSG) yesterday afternoon, Dean Graham T. Allison '62 answered

Easy Street

Does getting paid for doing homework while watching a sporting event sound like fraud? Well for approximately 200 Harvard undergraduates

See No Evil, Hear No Evil

One autumn morning Dean of the Faculty A. Michael Spence told a group of alumni and one student that the

Alumni Reflect on Lives Shaped By '60s Politics

While the anti-war movement that began in the early 1960s has fizzled, many activists among the alumni here this week

Gordimer Gives PBK Address

"I noticed how pale the students are, they must be studying a lot," poet Charles Simic said yesterday prior to