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The Road Not Taken

All of the stories were strikingly similar, whether the students were recruited in Boston, San Francisco, or elsewhere. All of

Science Center Roof Collapses Under Snow

As Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn swam for shore in "The African Queen" last Friday night in Science Center B,

Passion Plays Produced By English Class

A medieval drama class staged three original student translations of the Passion Plays in a Cambridge church last night, including

Audience Curtails Debate

Student hecklers broke up a debate at Boston State College (BSC) yesterday between conservative spokesman William F. Buckley, Jr. and

Scholars Denounce Anti-Israeli Move Made by UNESCO

Three Harvard professors attended a conference of scholars and intellectuals Sunday which discussed the politicization of the United Nations Education,

Glee Club Members Consider Requesting Course Credit Plan

If the Faculty Council accepts a proposal to give Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra members non-graded course credit, the Harvard Glee Club would

University Menus Pass Over Jewish Holiday's Dietary Laws

Harvard Food Services' menus which violate dietary laws for the eight-day Passover holiday generated criticism yesterday from some Jewish students.

Fine Arts Faculty Selects Modernist For Professorship

The Fine Arts Department has offered Jean Sutherland Boggs, director of the National Gallery of Canada, a full professorship. If

PBH Retreat

Seven members of the Phillips Brooks House steering committee along with 11 program chairmen and selected volunteers will discuss next

No Response

The Harvard Response, a bi-monthly magazine now soliciting student opinions and articles, has run into financial difficulties and may never

O'Neill Family Politicians Split On Presidential Endorsements

A father-son difference of opinion between House Majority Leader Thomas P. O'Neill (D-Mass.) and Lieut. Gov. Thomas O'Neill Jr. has