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Last weekend, two Harvard students traveled to Evry, France to compete in the World Amateur 10-dance Competition. They have been

Former Prof. Speaks on '69 Protest

It was 28 years ago yesterday when Nathan M. Pusey '28, then president of the University, sent police into University

Study Finds Fear of Prejudice Hurts Test Scores

Women and black students often perform lower on tests when confronted with fear of being "judged by stereotype," said Stanford

Economics Professor Hall Leaves FAS for Business School

Assistant Professor of Economics Brian J. Hall '86 has decided to leave the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and his

Barbara Walters Gets Journalism Award

ABC News correspondent Barbara Walters received the Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism at the Kennedy School of Government's

Lewis Criticizes Formation Of Alternative Senior Fund

College officials and Faculty members are responding negatively to protesting students' creation of an Alternative Senior Gift Fund that will

Former Radical Talks On Conversion to Right

A former '60s-radical-turned-conservative blasted "the new left" in a speech last night sponsored by the Harvard Salient, the conservative campus

New Committee Will Study Internal Reform

In an attempt to change its operations from the inside, the Undergraduate Council Monday night passed a resolution creating a

Panelists Discuss Deng's Rule

Panelists praised the economic reforms of recently deceased Chinese paramount leader Deng Xiaoping last night at a forum sponsored by

Eliot Hosts Benefit Auction

Eliot House hosted a benefit auction last night which raised more than $3,000 for a Harvard Dining Services employee whose

Chicago Law Prof. Speaks at IOP Forum

Academics who pursue careers in public policy face the danger of compromising their intellectual integrity, said University of Chicago Law