Students Rally Against Sexual Assault

'A Box to be Checked': Harvard College's Sexual Assault Prevention Efforts

The College’s informal relationship with the 12 Houses, along with a perceived lack of staff and resources, has complicated its ability to implement the task force's recommendations.

Food Studies Scholars Advocate Eco-Friendly Changes

​Scholars from the Greater Boston area came together Friday to present interdisciplinary research on global food system, with many arguing for fundamental changes in order to protect the environment.

Law School Symposium Grapples With 'Undocumentation'

“Documentation really unlocks people’s access to basic human rights and with those rights, people have access to dignity in their daily lives,” Levitan said.

Act on a Dream Builds Pro-Immigration Wall in Protest of Trump

Members of Harvard College Act on a Dream protested President Donald Trump’s crackdown on undocumented individuals.

UC Leaders to Meet with Friedrich About Expanded Sanctions

Sachee and Khansarinia will meet with administrators to discuss a recommendation that would bar members of final clubs and Greek organizations from holding their positions in the future.

Stats Department Expands to Accommodate Upward Trend in Concentrators

​After a statistically significant growth in concentrators in recent years, several professors say Harvard’s Statistics Department is reaching its limit.

Committee Considers Cambridge Queen's Head Improvements

The Committee on Student Life discussed potentially renovating the Queen’s Head to make the pub more enticing to undergraduates at its meeting last week.

Students Hope for 'Sustainable Change' at Ivy Mental Health Conference

​Delegates from Harvard discussed the College’s mental health resources at the second-ever Ivy League Mental Health Conference.

Opinion

Columns

A Gold Cloud With Silver Lining

Inanimate fashion objects—be they sweaters, shoes, or necklaces—truly do change when they are worn, and, in turn, change their wearers. I know this for certain now.

Editorials

Increasing UC Financial Transparency

Measures to reform the application process and increase transparency to these organizations will enable them to better utilize the grants and increase the number of students benefitting from the UC’s resources.

Op-Eds

Donald Trump: The Inverse Abraham Lincoln?

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Regarding "In Support of the Immigration Ban"

Editorials

Diverse Applicants for a Diverse Class

Astronomy Enthusiasts Over The Moon After Exoplanet Discovery

​Harvard astronomy scholars and enthusiasts say they are thrilled at the discovery of seven Earth-sized planets orbiting nearby star Trappist-1.

Committee Recommends Stricter Social Group Penalties

Under guidelines proposed by the committee, members of single-gender social organizations would be barred from several more post-graduate fellowships.

Law School Group Sues Federal Government

The Law School’s Project on Predatory Student Lending has sued the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Endpaper

Endpaper: What I Mean

The truth of the matter was that his death jolted me into awareness. It made me all the more conscious of how I was always too afraid that what I’d say wouldn’t be intelligent enough, or substantive enough, or just plain enough.

Sports

You Don't S.A.Y.
Women's Squash

Women's Squash Three-Peats as National Champions

The 7-2 victory over Penn gave the Crimson its 17th national title, tied for the most in the history of collegiate women’s squash.

Arts

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Arts

What the Hell Happened: Oscars So Black

Extreme backlash, which didn’t even work to diversify last year’s nominations, shouldn’t be what forces Hollywood to recognize works of art by people of color. Nor should the film industry be praised when it does.