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Boston--The Same Old Names... But a Chance for Change

Over the past year, the city of Boston has suffered through nearly every modern urban trouble--the subways have stopped running

Seaside Follies

So you couldn't afford to leave Cambridge this spring. It's not your fault that your parents aren't rich enough to

University Holds Memorial Service For Robert Lowell

Friends and colleagues of the late poet Robert T.S. Lowell Jr. '39 held a memorial service at Memorial Church yesterday.

Future Education

Meritocracy in education is fundamentally opposed to democracy, Charles V. Willie, professor of Education and Urban Studies at the School

New Typing Course

Harvard students will be able to take a typing course here for the first time this spring. Marshall R. Pihl

Local T. V. May Show 'Lost Cookies'

A MIT video production crew is preparing a video tape of a play co-authored by a Harvard undergraduate and hope

Disaster Center Snowed by Motorists While Police Ban Skiers in Cambridge

While Harvard students took advantage of the big blizzard to relax and frolic in the snow, workers at the Governor's

Snow Storm Brings Relief From Exams

While thousands of New Englanders were seriously inconvenienced by the snow storm this weekend, many Harvard students used it as

Commission To Study State College System

The structure of public higher education in Massachusetts may change as a result of the newly appointed Special Commission on

Exam Spurs Quick Sales Of Textbook

The publication of a new law textbook just three days before the exam in a course given by its author

Ackermann Ponders Gubernatorial Race

City Councilor Barbara Ackermann said yesterday she is considering running against incumbent Michael S. Dukakis for the 1978 Democratic nomination