October 1985

Cover Story

"Are the fireflies ghosts?"

Article

Efrain Guigui: Well-tempered conductor

Sports

On the road to Cambridge. The Harvard Game

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Cover Story

"Are the fireflies ghosts?"

Teaching English in the People's Republic of China

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Article

Efrain Guigui: Well-tempered conductor

For the audience, the excitement begins when Efrain Guigui steps to the podium and raises his baton.

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Sports

On the road to Cambridge. The Harvard Game

It is October 23,1971 and 33,500 fans have filled Harvard Stadium to near capacity. A couple of first-year Ivy League coaches Jake Crouthamel '60 and Joe Restic are pacing the sidelines.

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Class Notes

1979

I, too, subscribe to the credo of publishing all the news that's fit to print, but Rupert Murdoch's version of what is fit to print certainly has its appeal at times. Dave Reed sent in a newspaper clipping with the following

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Article

Thomas V. Seessel '59: "It's okay to say 'No' "

Kids growing up in America see 75,000 drinking scenes on television before reaching legal drinking age, a statistic that helps explain why the average child starts experimenting with alcohol by age 13. "I want to teach the American

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Class Notes

1982

Hi, everybody!! Welcome to another year of newsworthy items about our classmates. This year is going to be a bit different from the past three years (yes, three, can you believe that we have been out that long?) yours truly

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Article

Rocky Mountain Institute: a 20th-century castle built by hand

Ecologist Amory Lovins likes to show people around his "bioshelter," a low-energy-consumption prototype that houses the headquarters of Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). Its innovative engineering has drawn national attention

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Article

Colby Howe '39: Finding the True Meaning of Fraternity

Colby Howe '39 of Tiburon, Calif., has been named 1985 Big Brother of the Year by Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America, the national organization which provides the unique service of matching one-to-one, adult volunteers with

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Class Notes

1935

I presume I am at the traditional low point in the career of a fledgling class secretary; having had plenty of material from reunion to fill a first column, I am next faced with the task of creating a second column from very

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Class Notes

1945

As summer winds down, it seems as though reunion was last week and July 4 was the day after; we know October class notes are due tomorrow, and Labor Day is the day after. Then in a very short time is the mini-reunion, on the

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