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Analysis: Precedent for Divestment Suit Is Tenuous, Legal Experts Say

Harvard divestment advocates caught national attention when they took their fight to court last week, but legal experts say the case’s claims may ultimately be too tenuous to be heard.

Felipe’s Opening Delayed Until After Thanksgiving

After months of delays, Felipe’s Taqueria may open at its new location at 21 Brattle St. in time to welcome students back from Thanksgiving break.

Professors Make Case for ‘Long-Term’ History

During the talk, the authors emphasized taking long-term perspectives in the study of history, rather than focusing on brief moments in time.

Fong and Sprung-Keyser Named Rhodes Scholars

This is the smallest number of Rhodes Scholars since 2006, when no Harvard undergraduates won.

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UC Debates Its Own Relevance and Efficacy

Council members said that a lack of enthusiasm will be one of the problems that Ava Nasrollahzadeh ’16 and Dhruv P. Goyal ’16, the Council’s next President and Vice President, will face.

Deans, Patriots Owner Kick Off Sports Innovation Challenge

The event marked the kickoff of the Deans’ Innovation Sports Challenge, which will span the remainder of the academic year. Winners will be announced in May.

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads

Opinion

Editorials

No Boston Olympics . . . for Now

While the games’ supporters are undoubtedly right that Boston could host a successful Olympics, the demands of the IOC and the lack of transparency in the current local discussions would make hosting the 2024 games far too much of a burden for the city and the region.

Op-Eds

Letters to the Editor: Harvard Arab Weekend

Silencing the “other” leads to misunderstanding and thus does not promote peace.

Columns

Dude, Why the Legacy Preference?

Columns

Political Flaws in the Affordable Care Act

Op-Eds

Letter to the Editor

Nasrollahzadeh-Goyal Win ‘Monumentally Close’ Election

The final calculation came out favoring Nasrollahzadeh-Goyal over Yang-Jackson by about 70 votes, about 2 percent of the total voters, and marked an end to a crowded and close election.

Lee To Lead The Crimson’s 142nd Guard

The paper's outgoing editors elected their successors early Friday morning. The Crimson’s current President, Samuel Y. Weinstock ’15, shared the results with The Crimson's staff soon after.

Student Activists File Suit Urging Harvard To Divest

The 11-page complaint claims that investment in fossil fuel companies is “a breach of [the University’s] fiduciary and charitable duties as a public charity and nonprofit corporation.”

Sports

Women's Swimming

Women's Swimming and Diving Takes Down Columbia

After coming off a full week of practice, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team (3-0, 3-0 Ivy) showed up to Blodgett Pool ready for revenge on Friday.

Arts

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Music

'Sonic Highways' Lackluster and Monotonous

Honestly, the degree of commitment vis-à-vis the actual quality of the album is embarrassing. There’s something fundamentally lame about this wasted effort—the listener is left with a small kernel of pity for this anachronistic dinosaur of an album that makes it impossible to regard with anything more than condescension.