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Lopez, Enrique Hank – 1979
Harvard University's effect on American life is examined through investigation of its pervasive mystique, magnitude of power, fallacies, controversies, and its ramifications on both the national and international scenes. Viewed from its modest beginning in 1638 to the present, Harvard is described as "a multinational academic conglomerate,…
Descriptors: Alumni, Bias, College Environment, College Graduates
Murphy, Lawrence R. – 1987
The history of The American University in Cairo, an accredited, private liberal arts institution and the largest U.S. university outside the United States, is presented. The majority of both students and faculty are Egyptian, but the university community is international with members from the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. The…
Descriptors: Arabs, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, International Relations