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University Hall, 1969, Is Revisited

Twenty-five years ago, more than 300 students stormed University Hall and forced Harvard into an era marked by protest and

Tales From 74 Mt. Auburn

In January of 1974, Imani Kazana, a UMass-Amherst Graduate who was director of Harvard's Afro-American Cultural Center, thought her fondest

Third Absence In Office's History

President Neil L. Rudenstine's announced medical leave of absence is an unprecedented event in Harvard's history, according to University records.

Reading Period Designed for Profs

The reading period of today, which gives students a chance to cram for exams, is the vestige of a practice

Before Core Classes, Students Took Gen Ed

Before there was the core curriculum, Harvard forced its undergraduates to take "General Education" requirements. By the late 1970s when

Frats Faded After World War

Any Crimson Key guide will tell you that all the Harvard casualties of World War I-even those who fought for

Fellows Promote Genius

In the 1920s, Harvard President A. Lawrence Lowell, Class of 1877, and Professor of Biological Chemistry Lawrence Joseph Henderson grew

Lampoon President and Baseball's Greatest Poet

Baseball's spring training kicked off this week, and, as is tradition, dozens of authors and poets have already begun to

B-Ball Santas Go Awry

When would an ad in the newspaper lauding your "buff physique" in revealing biker apparel make the perfect gift? When

Dems Offer Republicans A Free Ticket

Crossing party lines has never been so easy. Thanks to a special, one-time-only offer from the Harvard-Radcliffe College Democrats, current

Manter School Endures

Above what today is Elsie's sandwich shop, 19 students are learning in a private school that has been teaching and

Education Leader Speaks

Universities must adapt to a new world market which places a premium on biliteracy, according to Juliet V. Garcia, president

Homeless Man Dies In Winthrop Park

A homeless man died last night while lying on a bench in the park on the corner of Winthrop and

Law Building Almost Finished

The Harvard Law School campus will finally have a quadrangle again as construction nears completion on the 53,000 square foot

25 Years Later, Turbulent Times Have Left a Mark

In his senior year, Henry R. Norr '68 had to turn down a fellowship for study at Cambridge University because