‘Mikado’ Protesters Call to Shut Down Production

A group of students is calling for the cancellation of the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players' show “The Mikado,” sharpening previous criticisms of the play.

Experts Offer Solutions Integrating Conservation and Economic Development

Experts discussed conservation strategies that can both protect biodiversity and encourage economic development at a panel Thursday evening.

Students to Protest ‘Mikado’ For Lack of Engagement With Controversial Past

A group of Asian American students is planning to protest the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ upcoming production of “The Mikado” for how it handles the racial stereotypes that characterize traditional performances of the opera.

Former FAS Dean Reflects on Harvard’s Past and Present

Former Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Henry Rosovsky mused recently on current issues on campus, as well as his time at Harvard.

Management Company Reportedly Described as ‘Lazy,’ ‘Stupid’ by Employees in 2015 Review

Harvard Management Company employees accused the University's investment arm of setting artificially low benchmarks and overcompensating top managers, Bloomberg reported Thursday.

Grad Union Organizer Concerned by University Email

Graduate student union effort spokesperson Jack M. Nicoludis raised concerns about an administrator's email that said Harvard would release information on students eligible to vote in the upcoming union election to the National Labor Relations Board.

Cybersecurity Experts Discuss Hacking Election Technology

Panelists at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum talked about the vulnerability of U.S. election systems to cyber threats Thursday.

Politicians, Experts Optimistic About Local Autonomous Vehicles Testing

Executive orders from the Massachusetts and Boston city governments allowing and regulating autonomous vehicle testing in state could ultimately improve road safety, experts say.



The Dark Myth of Corporate America

This is the dark myth of the corporate world: that it is devoid of morals or values, and that individuals who pursue corporate jobs are shameful sellouts. This myth rests on dubious assumptions.


The Financial Insecurity Behind Attendance Inflation

We commend the UC’s attempt to obtain more concrete data through this study in order to gauge the size of the discrepancy between actual attendance and projections.


Making Harvard Great Again


Curtailing Rape Culture at Harvard


How Donald Trump Changed Our Minds

NBA Star Jeremy Lin ’10 Donates $1 Million for Financial Aid, Basketball Arena

Brooklyn Nets point guard and alumnus Jeremy Lin ’10 will donate $1 million to Harvard to help fund undergraduate financial aid and ongoing renovations of Harvard’s basketball arena, the University announced Wednesday.

HUDS Workers Approve New Contract, Ending Strike

A 22-day dining worker strike officially ended Wednesday after employees voted overwhelmingly to approve a new contract with Harvard.

Strike Ends After Dining Employees Vote in Favor of Contract

​A 22-day dining services’ worker strike officially ended Wednesday after employees voted overwhelmingly to approve a new contract with Harvard, capping off months of tense negotiations with the University.


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Boston College Halts Field Hockey Win Streak

Harvard ended its eight-game winning streak with a loss to No. 12 Boston College on a rainy night on Berylson Field. The Crimson (10-5, 5-0 Ivy) was ranked four spots below the Eagles, and the game ended with Boston College (10-7, 3-3 ACC) claiming the victory at 4-1.



James Blake: Pushing the Boundaries of Live Electronica

As one could hardly describe Blake as a natural performer, and as his particular brand of sentimental electronica seems unconducive to replication under concert conditions, the substantial success of his live set is remarkable.