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Harvard Hospitals Plan To Merge

Two of Harvard's major teaching hospitals, Beth Israel and Deaconess, have announced plans to merge into a combined health care

Counseling Group Restarted by Lewis

A joint student-faculty committee designed to assist Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 in improving advising and counseling

India's Prime Minister Speaks at Sanders

Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao of India called for United States cooperation to facilitate his nation's ongoing economic reforms in

New Contact Lens Invented

A Harvard professor at the Medical School (HMS) said yesterday that he has invented a new contact lens which enables

Spade Entertains Harvard

More than 1,100 people packed Sanders Theatre last night to see "Saturday Night Live" comedian David Spade. The performance was

More Apply To Med Schools

"What hurt me was that I am a gov major," says Glenn M. Bianchi '94, a Quincy House resident. "They

Stuart Schreiber Named Fourth 'Hottest' Scientist in the World

Professor of Chemistry Stuart L. Schreiber is hot. So hot in fact, that Science Watch magazine has named him the

Research Briefs

Research conducted at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has corroborated earlier findings that breast cancer may be signaled by excess levels

OAS Official Urges Nations to Cooperate

The most significant efforts in solving domestic problems should come from within the involved nation, the Organization of American States

League Honors 10 Harvard Athletes

The Ivy League announced yesterday the winners of this year's All-Ivy Academic Honors. Each of the eight Ivy League schools

Rodin Is Named New Penn President

Concluding a seven-month search process, the University of Pennsylvania yesterday nominated Yale provost Judith Rodin to be Penn's new president.

Physical, Sexual Abuse Contribute To Increase in Women Prisoners

Physical and sexual abuse are contributing to the rise in women prisoners, a group of five panelists told more than

300 Attend Second Council Comedy Night

Approximately 300 people crowded into the Science Center last night for "An Evening of Comedy II," sponsored by the Undergraduate

Woman Auditions For All-Male Show

Auditions for the Hasty Pudding Club's 146th annual production took an unusual turn yesterday when a woman, Winsome S. Brown

Lewis Discusses First Amendment

New York Times columnist Anthony Lewis `48, author of a recent book about the First Amendment, said last night that