Essays from three hundred years of Harvard student life discuss the school's history, teachers, alumni, sports, traditions, and problemsaquot;In general the proposal seems to me wise, aquot; I wrote, aquot;but any department of the faculty will be free to argue any particular case for the appointment of an assistant professor. In those cases in which it may seem best to make such appointments, I shall have no hesitation in recommending such ... Much of the unpleasantness in the last meeting had pointed in this direction. ... aquot;The only thing for you to do, aquot; he said, aquot;is to admit frankly and openly at the faculty meeting that you have madeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Harvard Book|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1982|