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Author’s Expos Query

May-June 2014

For a book about Harvard’s Expository Writing Program, I would like to hear from alums who took Expos between 1979 and 1994 and would be willing to share memories of their teacher and the course. Please contact Sue Lonoff at lonoffdecuevas@gmail.com.

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Photograph courtesy of Judy Goodhue

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Alumnus Paul Lee ’46 carries the (replica) Little Red Flag at the 2012 Harvard-Yale game. Steve Goodhue ’51 is beside him; Spencer Ervin ’54 and Jeff Lee ’74 stand behind.

At his seventieth Harvard-Yale game, in 2012, Paul Lee ’46 proudly carried the replica Little Red Flag. Steve Goodhue ’51 is beside him; Spencer Ervin ’54 and Jeff Lee ’74 stand behind.

Photograph courtesy of Judy Goodhue

Who next will carry the (replica) Little Red Flag?

Photograph of Samuel Eliot Morison

Samuel Eliot Morison
Photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images

 

Morison, Handlin, and a new view of the Mem Hall fire

Cartoon shows an audience viewing a 3D rendering of the Holland Tunnel, with a ship floating above it and a car emerging from one end

Illustration by Mark Steele

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