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Lee Says Harvard’s Next President Likely to Keep Sanctions

Faust and Lee

Harvard’s next president will likely keep the College’s penalties on members of single-gender social groups largely unaltered, William F. Lee ’72 said last week.

Harvard Fan

Heightened Security Measures Complicate Harvard-Yale Tailgates

Security measures at the Yale Bowl created long lines, choking off attendance at tailgates and the game before Yale officials ultimately relented on the stricter measures.

Curious George Store to Remain in Harvard Square

Curiosley Still Open

"We are not closed,” said store owner Adam S. Hirsch. “We are not going anywhere anytime soon.”

Harvard Film Archive Releases Winter Production Schedule

The films encompass a diversity of genres, including a holiday show and other seasonal films, foreign dramas, and experimental documentaries.

New UC Leaders Say They Are Getting Started ‘Right Away’

Zhang and Boucher

UC President-elect Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Vice President-elect Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 said they are ready to begin working on their 39 campaign proposals.

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

Mass Hall, Fall 2017

Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.

Students On Campus for Thanksgiving Look Forward to Turkey and Movies

Thanksgiving Dinner on Campus

Though many Harvard students will head home for Thanksgiving break, some plan to stay on campus to relax, catch up on work, and feast on a HUDS holiday dinner.

Heightened Security Measures Complicate Harvard-Yale Tailgates

Security measures at the Yale Bowl created long lines, choking off attendance at tailgates and the game before Yale officials ultimately relented on the stricter measures.

New UC Leaders Say They Are Getting Started ‘Right Away’

Zhang and Boucher

UC President-elect Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Vice President-elect Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 said they are ready to begin working on their 39 campaign proposals.

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

Mass Hall, Fall 2017

Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.

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Faculty Council Moves On From Sanctions Discussion

In a stark change of pace, the Faculty Council did not discuss the College’s controversial social policy at their biweekly meeting last Wednesday.

OPINION

Dingman
Editorials

Farewell, Dean Dingman

Dean Dingman has served the College faithfully for many decades, but the work he has done during the 13 years he has spent at the helm of the Freshman Dean’s Office has helped transform the first-year experience.

Columns

Staying Blind to Head Trauma

Player safety goes far beyond the athletes on the professional stage, right now. It affects every fan, and every middle-school player’s dreams.

FM

Khalil Abdur-Rashid

A Conversation with Harvard’s First Muslim Chaplain

From the Fifteen Minute Magazine: Khalil Abdur-Rashid is four months into his role as the first full-time Muslim chaplain at Harvard University.

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ARTS

in passage show

‘In Passage’: Migration in Motion

“In Passage” is a successful collaborative effort that expertly weaves student choreography and a unique sound, holding the full attention of the audience until the curtain has dropped.

Frank Steins

‘Frank Steins’ and Staging Disability

Shows like “Frank Steins” do not present the audience with burdenless characters and carefree plotlines.

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‘Coco’ a Vibrant, Detailed, Rich Experience

“Coco,” the latest addition to Pixar’s incredible repertoire, once again combines powerful storytelling, attention to detail, and technical mastery to deliver a memorable movie experience.

SPORTS

Women's Ice Hockey

Women’s Hockey Splits Home-and-Home Against Holy Cross

​Meeting for the first time in their respective programs’ histories, the women’s hockey teams of Harvard and Holy Cross decided to go right ahead and play two, facing off in a home-and-home series this past weekend.

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Hands Columbia Its First Loss

This weekend, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team continued its dominance in conference play, besting Columbia, 192-107, at Uris Pool in New York, N.Y. and smashing five pool records along the way.

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Falls Twice to Minnesota Over Weekend

This weekend, all eyes turned to New Haven, Conn., as Harvard football clashed with Yale in “The Game.” While classmates were enjoying the annual festivities, however, the Harvard men’s hockey team was up north battling Minnesota in back-to-back contests.