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Faculty Council Will Vote on Allen Motion Again

University Hall

The Faculty Council will vote again on an amended version of Government Professor Danielle S. Allen’s motion on College social policy, potentially revising their unanimous vote of support for the motion last month.

Loeb House

Bacow Tells Alumni Search Remains in Preliminary Stage

Presidential search committee member Lawrence H. Bacow told a group of Latino alumni and student leaders that the committee is still gathering input for the search.

Former Obama Officials Talk National Security

National Security at the IOP

​Four former Obama administration national security officials criticized the Trump administration’s foreign policy at the Institute of Politics Monday night.

Panelists Consider Challenges Facing College Athletics

University presidents and athletics administrators discussed amateurism, coaching and staff diversity, and several scandals that have dogged athletics programs in recent years.

Harvard Plans Arts Facilities in Allston

Barry's Corner Today

The proposed “ArtLab” will house an audio recording studio, sound editing stations, and performance spaces.

Chicken and Rice Guys Truck May Return to Plaza in Spring

Chicken and Rice

After an E. coli outbreak linked to Chicken and Rice Guys temporarily shuttered its shops and food trucks this spring, the restaurant has been working to get back on its feet.

Sixty-Three Student Groups Apply for New Recognition Following Hiatus

Student Involvement Fair

63 groups of students applied to form new clubs, commencing the first cycle where the power to approve new organizations will principally rest in the hands of students.

Bacow Tells Alumni Search Remains in Preliminary Stage

Presidential search committee member Lawrence H. Bacow told a group of Latino alumni and student leaders that the committee is still gathering input for the search.

Harvard Plans Arts Facilities in Allston

Barry's Corner Today

The proposed “ArtLab” will house an audio recording studio, sound editing stations, and performance spaces.

Chicken and Rice Guys Truck May Return to Plaza in Spring

Chicken and Rice

After an E. coli outbreak linked to Chicken and Rice Guys temporarily shuttered its shops and food trucks this spring, the restaurant has been working to get back on its feet.

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House Committees Receive College Funding to Throw Open Parties

In recent weeks, Leverett, Lowell, and Pforzheimer Houses have each hosted their own parties, open to all undergraduates and free of charge.

OPINION

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Acing Rejection 10a

Along with Expos 20 and LS1a, freshman year also seems to offer students an excellent Rejection 10a course in how to handle being cut from clubs.

Columns

Come Out, Come Out?

National Coming Out Day should be a day for all LGBTQ+ people, regardless of whether they shout their queerness from the rooftops or haven’t come out to anyone other than themselves.

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Lowell Renovation

A Social Blueprint: Harvard's Houses, From Randomization to Renewal

Amid campus-wide debate on Harvard’s social landscape, some hope that the time is ripe to breathe life into a tired social scene stifled by a socially fractured student body.

Memorial Church

ARTS

Martinez DJ

The Stories Behind the Sound: DJs at Harvard

The Crimson talks to some of the DJs who set the tone for Harvard's music scene.

Jose Mateo

José Mateo Ballet’s “Assault on the Senses” Blends Vigor With Grace

José Mateo Ballet Theatre’s October series, “Assault on the Senses,” is not as bone-rattling as the title would suggest, but the three ballets included are both haunting and illuminated with moments of passion.

curvy widow

'The Curvy Widow': Inspiration for Every Mid-Life Crisis

“Getting laid is a medical directive.” As astounding as it may seem, this is the doctor’s prescription for Bobby Goldman, a recently widowed woman.

SPORTS

Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Dominates Harvard Fall Scramble

Facing off against Middlebury, Seton Hall, and the University of Rhode Island, over the weekend, the Harvard women’s tennis team dominated its opponents across the board at home in the Beren Tennis Center during the Harvard Fall Scramble.

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Freshmen Lead the Pack in Cross Coast Competitions

Split between coasts for a big weekend of racing, the Harvard cross country women and men separated to race in the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational and the Princeton Invitational. In both races, freshman led the way with Abbe Goldstein pacing the Harvard women in Wisconsin and Hugo Milner carrying the men’s team in New Jersey

Women's Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball Splits Second Weekend In a Row

Last weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team split its doubleheader, beating Penn and falling to Princeton. This week saw another split series. Coming off a strong performance on Friday against Brown, the Crimson was unable to withstand the conference-leading Yale.