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Former Law School Employees Accused of Stealing More than $100,000

​Two former Harvard Law School administrators face felony charges after allegedly stealing funds from a Law School account while employees there several years ago.

City Council Pressures Harvard Square Theater Owner to Make Plans for Property

Cambridge city officials are pushing the owners of the long-vacant Harvard Square Theater to come up with a plan for its future soon—and threatening to seize the site if they do not.

Rihanna Shines Bright At Harvard Foundation Ceremony

To a chorus of cheers, screams, and a standing ovation from students in the audience, Rihanna accepted the Harvard Foundation’s 2017 Humanitarian of the Year Award in Sanders Theatre.

UC Proposes Q Guide for Comps

After Undergraduate Council leaders detailed plans to create a centralized guide for student groups’ comp processes, Harvard students say they are excited about the proposal.

Alumni Group Critiques Harvard’s Investment Strategy in Letter to Faust

​Members the Class of 1981 suggested significant changes to Harvard Management Company’s investment philosophy in a letter to Faust.

Harvard Will Pay HMC Chief $6 Million Per Year

The chief executive of Harvard Management Company, will receive nearly $6 million in compensation from the University per year over the next three years.

Harry Lewis To Retire After 46 Years

​After this semester, computer science professor and former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 will teach only two more semesters before he officially retires on July 1, 2020.

Amazon Service Glitch Downs Canvas, Alarms Students

The disruption in Amazon’s web services, which began at noon and lasted for roughly five hours, temporarily downed large swathes of the Internet, including popular sites Netflix, Airbnb, and Slack, The Seattle Times reported.

Opinion

Columns

Ash Wednesday

Listening to music is a cultural liturgy in the same way that reading the Bible is a Christian liturgy, and the liturgies we practice invariably shape and permeate our deepest selves.

Editorials

On Transgender Rights, Re-Politicizing Education is Not the Answer

The administration’s actions suggest that civil rights are at risk during Trump’s presidency.

Op-Eds

Make Athens Great Again!

Columns

Dating While Black

Editorials

Worried About Theft? Lock Your Doors

Leading Political Activists Encourage Anti-Trump 'Resistance'

Founders of five different major political activism organizations encouraged individuals to mobilize against the Trump administration’s policies.

Sharpening Critiques of Trump's Policies, Faust Talks Federal Policy at Bloomberg Event

​University President Drew G. Faust traveled to Washington D.C. Monday for the second time this year, promising at a media roundtable to continue lobbying lawmakers on Harvard’s key policy priorities under the Trump administration.

Dozens Gather In Support Of Transgender Student Rights

Students gathered in the Yard Monday to express support for transgender rights, protesting President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind federal protections for transgender students.

Sports

Leeding Off
Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Splits Weekend Matches Against Memphis, BU

​This Sunday, the Harvard men’s tennis team hosted a doubleheader against No. 44 Memphis and Boston University at the Murr Tennis Center. The Crimson, following a close one point loss to the Tigers, made quick work of their crosstown rival with a dominating 6-1 victory.

Arts

Reese Witherspoon in "Big Little Lies"
Arts

‘Big Little Lies’ a Mélange of Mediocrity in a Pretty Package

“Big Little Lies” introduces main characters whose lives are so picturesque that there has to be something deeply disturbing brewing beneath the surface.