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Students Initiate Forum to Fill Gap In Courses on Developing Nations

A group of students who are dissatisfied with the Harvard course offering on developing nations have organized their own lecture

Psychiatrist, Philosopher Debate Consciousness-Expanding Drugs

A psychiatrist and a philosophy professor renewed the debate on consciousness-expanding drugs last night. At the Ford Hall Forum in

Harriers Face Strong Princeton, Weak Yale at New Haven Today

Just a week ago Harvard appeared a sure thing to win its first Big Three cross-country title since 1957. Coach

Harriers Squash In ians; Meehan Sets New Record

Captain Ed Meehan set a course record yesterday as the Harvard cross-country team topped off a nice holiday in New

Harvard's Harriers Rated Favorites Over Weak Dartmouth Squad Today

Dartmouth is first and foremost a football school--almost to the exclusion, in fact, of anything else. Merely running up and

Eliot Moves on Parietals

The Eliot House Committee has recommended that the new HCUA parietal hours committee look into the possibility of extending parietal

Harvard Harriers Hobble To 27-28 Win Over Penn; Hewlett Cops First Place

What was supposed to be a Harvard romp turned out to be nothing of the sort as the Crimson cross-country

Harriers Tackle Potent Cornell, Brown Squads Today; Hewlett Faces Stiffest Test to Date in Ivy Opener

Walt Hewlett, Harvard's spindly new long-distance wonder, will face his first real test here today when the Crimson cross-country team

Crimson Harriers Plan Win Over B.U. Today

Pausing for a breather in their preparations for Cornell and Brown this Saturday, the Harvard cross-country team will visit Boston

HCUA Parietal Committee to Draft 'Student Response' to Administration

The H.C.U.A. voted last night to set up an eight-man committee to compose a statement expressing "student response" to recent

Students Ask Changes For Navy ROTC

Students unhappy with the burden-some course requirements in the Navy ROTC program at Harvard are organizing to petition within the

Crimson J.V.'s Trounce Helpless UMass Squad

The University of Massachusetts J.V. football team showed up at Harvard yesterday with a squad of only 15 men, and