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Harvard to Rescind Harvey Weinstein's Du Bois Medal

Harvery Weinstein

Harvard will rescind the W.E.B Du Bois medal awarded to Harvey Weinstein, a movie executive whom more than 40 women have accused of sexual harassment and abuse.

Student Forum for the Presidential Search

Students Debate Qualities, Priorities of Next President at Forum

Students from schools across Harvard spent two hours debating the ideal qualities and priorities of the University’s next president.

Medical School Unveils Diversity Statement

Harvard Medical School Quadrangle

“Our unique perspectives, talents, experiences and contributions as HMS students, trainees, faculty, staff and administrators are the foundation and drivers of our excellence,” the statement reads.

History of Science Professor Presents Research on Scientific Misinformation

Giant Power: Technology, Energy, and the History of Post Truth America

She argued that large corporations appeal to notions of free market capitalism and freedom to preserve deregulated industries.

Faust Joins ‘Dream Coalition’ to Protect Undocumented Students

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Besides Faust, the coalition boasts a distinguished list of founding members—including Apple CEO Tim Cook, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Students Protest 'Muslim Ban 3.0'

Prayer and Vigil

Students stood vigil in solidarity with those affected by Trump’s latest immigration restrictions.

Law School Student Leadership Plans Mental Health Initiatives

Austin Hall

The Harvard Law School student government will conduct a mental health survey in early November as part of a broader effort to address mental health issues on campus.

Students Debate Qualities, Priorities of Next President at Forum

Students from schools across Harvard spent two hours debating the ideal qualities and priorities of the University’s next president.

Faust Joins ‘Dream Coalition’ to Protect Undocumented Students

Faust

Besides Faust, the coalition boasts a distinguished list of founding members—including Apple CEO Tim Cook, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Students Protest 'Muslim Ban 3.0'

Prayer and Vigil

Students stood vigil in solidarity with those affected by Trump’s latest immigration restrictions.

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Amendment Prompts Clarification of UC Voting Process

UC Vice President Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 said the Council is more closely following its governing documents following Sunday’s meeting.

OPINION

Op-Eds

The Watchers of the Charles

Around the time of the regatta, it is easy to appreciate the Charles afresh, to see the river as the center of our community. What we might forget is that the river is always the liquid heart of Boston and Cambridge.

Editorials

Supporting the New Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion

Students seek to feel supported by the University administration, and we are hopeful that Davis will be able to ensure this support through tangible, concrete actions.

FM

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Fifteen Minutes with Rupi Kaur

Indeed, Kaur has established herself as a very political figure. She often writes about the immigrant experience and current events, but has also stirred controversy writing about experiences that are not entirely her own.

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ARTS

Cover of "Trip" by Jhené Aiko

Jhené Aiko Takes Us on a ‘Trip’

Aiko—a master storyteller—refuses to spare her listeners any of the raw details of her long, drug-fueled journey to self-realization.

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‘Neo Yokio’: When Tweets Become TV

The main purpose of “Neo Yokio” is to provide charming witticisms to briefly chuckle about—but unfortunately, only to an audience that doesn’t extend far beyond Koenig’s Twitter fan base.

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As Seen on the Small Screen: ‘Scrubs’

This combination of good and bad character traits result in the protagonists of “Scrubs” being three-dimensional and, thus, lovable.

SPORTS

Football

Harvard-Princeton Highlights Four-Game Ivy Slate

But why am I so fired up this week? Because it’s the start of the second half, baby. From here on out, only Ivy League matchups remain. Every game counts, and some teams will fight to stave off elimination starting this very weekend.

Football

Athlete of the Week: Charlie Booker Runs All Over Lafayette

In the 700th game played at Harvard Stadium, Crimson running back Charlie Booker had a performance for the ages. Against Lafayette, the junior racked up a career-high 159 rushing yards on 23 carries and added a touchdown. He was an integral piece of Harvard’s relentless running game and 38-10 domination of the Leopards.

Columns

Out of Conference Games: Good for the Ancient Eight?

Loss, win, win, loss, win. So reads the Harvard football team’s schedule from the season opener against Rhode Island to last week’s victory over Lafayette. Thus far, Harvard has not proven itself as the top Ivy League contender, nor has it fallen by the wayside as a pretender. Fittingly, it is nearly impossible to gauge the Ivy League as a whole—upsets have abounded, and it seems like with every passing week predictions become harder and harder to make.