The Band at Convocation

Class of 2019: Beliefs and Lifestyles

Part III of The Crimson’s survey of the Class of 2019 looks at the beliefs and lifestyles of the incoming freshmen.

New Intensive Integrated Life Sciences Course Launches

The course will serve as the academic equivalent of four individual courses and incorporates biology, chemistry, math, computing, and physics into a life sciences curriculum.

Humanities 10 Will Fulfill Expos Requirement For First Time

A new policy permits students to enroll in introductory course Humanities 10 and earn Expository Writing credit.

Faust Pledges 'Vigorous Defense' Against Admissions Lawsuit

At Memorial Church’s morning prayers, University President Drew Faust spoke softly but firmly about Harvard's affirmative action policies.

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Benefits Changes Bring Relief, and Potentially Confusion

The chair of the body that recommended the changes is “worried” that Harvard faculty and staff might have difficulty navigating the numerous health plan options.

Building on Hype in Cambridge, CS50 Kicks Off at Yale

The expansino marks the first time that Yalies can count themselves among the hundreds of students who this semester will take Computer Science 50.

Students Struggle With New My.Harvard While Shopping

The initial trouble understanding the new tool was compounded by the fact that the change at first rendered courses.cs50.net more or less useless.

College Rolls Out New Smartphone App

Omni consolidates similar features from the old application, but eliminated others such as information about libraries and financial aid.

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Class of 2019: Beliefs and Lifestyles

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Class of 2019: Academics & Extracurriculars

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Class of 2019: By the Numbers

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Opinion

Editorials

Decoding the Honor Code

The current honor code fails to establish a clear moral vision.

Op-Eds

Markey Missing the Mark on Ending AIDS

As the funding crisis grows more serious, Markey stands uniquely positioned to help.

Op-Eds

Big Ideas, Great Thinkers

Editorials

Talkin’ ’Bout Campaign Finance Reform

Editorials

My Harvard, None of Your Business

Facing Admissions Scrutiny, Harvard Has Much at Stake

Harvard faces mounting scrutiny into an aspect of its admission process that administrators have long held is central to fostering campus diversity.

Some, but Not Many, Opening Lectures Talk Honor Code

It's days into the College's rollout of its first honor code, but many professors did not mention the policy in their course syllabi or during opening lectures on Wednesday.

Union Negotiations Ongoing, Labor Director Murphy Departs

Harvard’s director of labor relations departed for Northeastern amid contract negotiations with the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers.

Year in Review

Allston, as FM Imagines

This year Harvard further detailed its plans to move parts of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to North Allston. Additional improvements will be made to athletic facilities already across the river. Here at FM, we’ve come up with suggestions for additional projects that we think Harvard could actually use in the barren tundra of Allston.

Sports

Breaking from the Pack
Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Kicks Off Season at Bowdoin

​Coming off a difficult season during the 2014-2015 campaign, the Harvard women’s rugby team is looking to start off the season strong as it faces University of Prince Edward Island and Bowdoin at Bowdoin on Saturday.

Arts

Theater

With Impeccably Sweet Songs, The Taste of “Waitress” Lingers

“Waitress," running at the American Repertory Theater until Sept. 27th, employs the experience of director Diane Paulus and score composer Sara Bareilles to surpass its sugar-sweet coating and deliver a message of surprising depth.