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Chez Chic

Newbury Street is Boston's answer to New York's Fifth Avenue, Rome's Via Veneto, and Paris' Champs Elysees. Running through the

A Short Leap Forward

Sunday brunch doesn't have to be the dining hall's hodgepodge of lunch and breakfast. Next week try out Shanghai's Chinese

Commission Will Investigate Feminists' Charges at U. Mass

A group of feminists occupying the offices of The Daily Collegian newspaper at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst submitted

Economics Most Popular Field Among Freshman Concentrators

Economics is this year's most popular concentration choice among freshmen, following a ten-year upward trend in enrollment in that field,

Shakespeare Group Plans for Premiere

To be or not to be--that is the question facing the newly-formed Harvard Shakespeare Theater. The group will attempt its

Fewer Undergraduates Seek Fall Exam Excuses

The number of students who sought medical excuses to delay an exam last fall has decreased dramatically since last year,

Corporate Recruiters Flocking To Harvard Business School

The hunt is on for Harvard Business School graduates--and 10 to 15 per cent more organizations will be hunting this

Libertarian Group Plans to Publish `Harvard Chronicle'

The Harvard Libertarian Association, a group calling for fewer government controls of society, will publish the first issue of a

Freshmen Estey Skates His Way To The National Championship

Harvard freshman Gregory Estey will be competing in the Junior Men's National Figure Skating Championship in Portland, Oregon this February.

Blacks Plan Symposium On Business

The black student and alumni organizations at Harvard Business School will sponsor their sixth annual symposium February 3 and 4

Welsh Signs With Pros

Kevin P. Welsh, assistant Harvard soccer coach, signed a contract Monday night to play for the New England Tea Men,

Folk Orgy Features Bossert And Local Singers, Musicians

A "live folk orgy" featuring local folk musicians and William H. Bossert '59, master of Lowell House, was held yesterday

State Will Award Scholarships To Commonwealth Students

Harvard students who are Massachusetts residents will be eligible to receive up to $1500 in state aid as part of