Mark M. Colodny

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Faculty Club Labor Negotiations Stalled

Negotiations between Faculty Club workers and the University broke down yesterday after the two parties failed to come to terms

A Conservative, But 'Still a Nice Guy'

Three years ago, you could count on an owlish freshman to stand up in his "Justice" class and preach the

'Virus' Whiz Kid Morris Was Hacker, Prankster

Robert T. Morris '87-'88, who masterminded the "virus" program that immobilized computers across the country, studied computer security intensely while

Survey Says: Tuneout, USA

T HE media have always been torn by two hallowed dicta. One instructed editors and producers to tell the nation

Report Raps University Governance

A Ralph Nader-sponsored organization today released a report blasting Harvard for its system of governance, saying that top-level decisionmaking remains

Summit Begins Today; Visit to Harvard Axed

Soviet and American officials, on the eve of Mikhail Gorbachev's arrival in Washington, suggested yesterday that a compromise is possible

Issuance of Officer Cards To Be Cut

Harvard will tighten up the distribution of "Officer of the University" cards, President Bok said yesterday, following recent disclosures that

Gorbachev Stopover at Harvard Discussed

Harvard is discussing with Soviet officials a possible stopover in Cambridge by Mikhail S. Gorbachev during his summit visit to

Mass. Atty. General Ends Election Probe

The Massachusetts Attorney General's Office last week dropped its investigation into charges that the University acted fraudulently in the Board

Overseers to Discuss Divestment Question

The Board of Overseers will discuss the divestment issue at length at its next meeting, the president of the governing

Fla. Delays Decision on Land

Florida's governor and cabinet yesterday deferred consideration of an environmentally sensitive tract of land of which Harvard has part ownership.

Bok Calls Bloom Bestseller 'Mean-Spirited'

President Bok last week criticized the widely-debated book by Professor Allan Bloom, "The Closing of the American Mind", calling it

Overseers Call for Open Board at Student Forum

As the Board of Overseers gathers for its first fall meeting, two of its newest members addressing a student-sponsored forum

Washington: Hours from Any Beach

F OR WASHINGTON, this was a big summer. The city of lobbyists, journalists and even a few Congressmen (those who

An Evolving Partnership

Warburg Professor of Economics Emeritus John Kenneth Galbraith is indebted to the Harvard Band for more than its music. When