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Phi Beta Kappa Announces New Radcliffe Members

Radcliffe Phi Beta Kappa announced its newly elected members for the fall term. Twenty-two of the 48 nominees were selected

Colleges Help To Improve Public School

Harvard has launched a concerted drive to improve public school education in the Boston area as part of a broad

Yale May Monitor Faculty's Consulting for Corporations

Yale University may next spring begin regulating all faculty members' outside employment to avoid conflicts of interest between academic and

Alien Students, Faculty May Face Restrictions

Certain sections of a highly complicated bill aimed at reducing the nation's unemployment problem could seriously hamper the ability of

False Alarms Sound at Three Harvard Buildings

Fire alarms accidentally went off in the Fogg Museum, Claverly Hall, and Peabody Terrace yesterday because of a mishap in

Easing the Transition for Freshmen

When Patricia Wright '83 was a freshman, she spent her Christmas vacation away from her hometown of Portsmouth. Virginia, undergoing

Math Department Starts Review Of Intermediate Level Courses

The Mathematics Department has launched an investigation of its intermediate-level courses, because of decreasing enrollment and concern that its curriculum

Techie Antics

With seven minutes and forty-five second remaining in the second quarter of The Game Saturday, a huge black weather balloon

Local Teach-Ins to Examine Real Solutions to Arms Race

The School of Public Health (SPH) and several local disarmament organizations today are sponsoring programs on solutions to the nuclear

Nuclear Education A Top Priority, Hiatt Article Says

Excessive military spending may cause serious setbacks to the nation's health programs, the Dean of the School of Public Health