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Harvard Will Accept Fewer Students in Class of 2022

Dean Fitzsimmons

After an unusually large freshman class this year, Harvard College will accept fewer students into the Class of 2022 in hopes of admitting more students off the waitlist.

Two Strong

Football Rolls Over Brown, 45-28, Thanks to Fearsome Defense

Harvard limited the Bears to nine rushing yards in the first half and scored a pick-six.

Black Students Association Condemns Assault of Cornell Student

“If it could happen at Cornell, it could happen here at Harvard,” said Hasani A. Hayden ’19, the President of BSA.

Football Freshman Undergoes Surgery for Neck Injury

Defensive back Ben Abercrombie suffered the injury on Saturday in a game at Rhode Island.

In Presidential Search, Calls for Diversity

Harvard's Next President

Over the course of four centuries, Harvard has seen presidents of many stripes. But to date, all have been white. And, until current University President Drew G. Faust, male.

Professors Condemn Rejection of Michelle Jones

University Hall

Over 150 professors are condemning Harvard’s decisions to deny Ph.D. program admission to ex-inmate Michelle Jones and rescind a fellowship offer to Chelsea Manning.

Act on a Dream Ramps Up During Trump Presidency

DACA

Act on a Dream—a student group that advocates for immigration rights—has lately grown in size and scope amid an outpouring of support.

Football Rolls Over Brown, 45-28, Thanks to Fearsome Defense

Harvard limited the Bears to nine rushing yards in the first half and scored a pick-six.

In Presidential Search, Calls for Diversity

Harvard's Next President

Over the course of four centuries, Harvard has seen presidents of many stripes. But to date, all have been white. And, until current University President Drew G. Faust, male.

Professors Condemn Rejection of Michelle Jones

University Hall

Over 150 professors are condemning Harvard’s decisions to deny Ph.D. program admission to ex-inmate Michelle Jones and rescind a fellowship offer to Chelsea Manning.

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Panelists Strike an Optimistic Tone on Artificial Intelligence

“You invent new technologies, those new technologies create new kinds of jobs, but they also make us richer," said Jason Furman, the former chair of the CEA.

OPINION

Columns

The Manning Fallacy

In discussion sections, lecture halls, and even online forums, students without the proper identity credentials can no longer credibly opine on controversial issues—regardless of the intellectual merit of those opinions.

Op-Eds

The Exploitation of Caring

Our graduate students would be better served if the University administration respected the critical teaching and research work tutors do and adequately compensated us for the additional work that they recognize needs to be done.

FM

Newport House

Banned?

Visiting Williams, Bowdoin, and Amherst and exploring their archives by day reveals how other schools have enacted a Greek life ban. Wandering the three campuses at night offers a glimpse into life without social groups.

Andrew W. Badinelli

ARTS

Art Spiegelman

Pulitzer Author Art Spiegelman Lectures on Comics and Judaism

Like Yiddish, Spiegelman said that “comic books are a secular medium that’s a vulgar medium.”

Art Study

Harvard Art Museums' Study Center Showcases Warhol Collection

Every Monday between Sept. 11 and Oct. 2, the Harvard Art Museums are displaying six of the ten Marilyn Monroe silkscreen prints by Andy Warhol.

up in the air

Music Video Breakdown: ‘Up in the Air’ by Thirty Seconds to Mars

The video starts off with a seizure trigger warning for people with photosensitive epilepsy, which indicates its incredible level of artistry.

SPORTS

Previews

Football to Take on Brown in Home Opener

Last week, the Crimson kicked off the fall with a close loss to non-league opponent URI on the road. The team is already clamoring to get back onto the field to make up for a disappointing start to the season.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Looks to Get Back On Track After Week Off

Harvard will have its work cut out for it but is hoping that the full week of preparation coupled with playing at the friendly confines of Jordan Field will be enough to keep Albany at bay.

Football

Football Prepares for Home Opener Against Brown

The Bears may seem like a trendy upset pick. I say otherwise. Harvard knows how to deal with gnats.