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Pres. Search Committee Nears 'Phase Two'

Faust and Lee

The committee tasked with selecting Harvard’s next president will begin “phase two” of the search—winnowing a list of nearly 700 unique nominations—by the end of December.

What a Dudek

Yale Smothers Football, 24-3, for First Outright Title in 37 Years

The Bulldogs held the Crimson to 26 rushing yards and scored touchdowns on all three red-zone trips. That performance gave Yale an unshared crown for the first time in 37 years.

Military Takeover Stokes Uncertainty For Zimbabwean Students

“My mom had to tell me to go to sleep,” Muradzikwa said. “I was awake until around 4 a.m. trying to keep up to date with the rally that was going on. And my mom was like, ‘no, you need to sleep.’”

Faust Speaks on Education Gap in D.C.

Faust at Baccalaureate

The event featured remarks from U.S. Representative John R. Lewis and took place at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

Mass Hall, Fall 2017

Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.

UC Voting System Faced Technical Difficulties in Presidential Election

UC Crimson Crossfire

​After some students found difficulty voting through the Undergraduate Council’s online portal in this year’s presidential election, students were given the opportunity to email their votes.

Xiao to Lead The Crimson’s 145th Guard

Derek G. Xiao ’19

​Derek G. Xiao ’19 will lead the newly elected 145th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the organization’s President announced on Friday.

Yale Smothers Football, 24-3, for First Outright Title in 37 Years

The Bulldogs held the Crimson to 26 rushing yards and scored touchdowns on all three red-zone trips. That performance gave Yale an unshared crown for the first time in 37 years.

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

Mass Hall, Fall 2017

Tania N. Fabo ’18, H. Harold X. “Xavier” Gonzalez ’18, Samarth Gupta ’18, and Alan Z. Yang’ 18 will join the ranks of Harvard’s over 350 previous Rhodes Scholars.

UC Voting System Faced Technical Difficulties in Presidential Election

UC Crimson Crossfire

​After some students found difficulty voting through the Undergraduate Council’s online portal in this year’s presidential election, students were given the opportunity to email their votes.

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Have confidential information about a Harvard-related matter that you want to share with The Crimson? We have several ways of receiving tips.

Zhang, Boucher Win UC Election with 55 Percent of Vote

Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 will lead the Undergraduate Council next year after winning 55 percent of first-choice votes.

OPINION

Op-Eds

100 Years. 100 Million Lives. Think Twice.

After spending four years on a campus saturated with Marxist memes and jokes about communist revolutions, my classmates will graduate with the impression that communism represents a light-hearted critique of the status quo, rather than an empirically violent philosophy that destroyed millions of lives.

Columns

In Becoming a Money-Grubber

Using wealth as a metric for success is an unreachable expectation.

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Brand Illustration Web

Cashing In On Crimson

From nonprofit workshops to lucrative college consulting businesses, here's the story of how organizations leverage the Harvard brand to advance their interests.

Giving Out H Sweaters

ARTS

in passage show

‘In Passage’: Migration in Motion

“In Passage” is a successful collaborative effort that expertly weaves student choreography and a unique sound, holding the full attention of the audience until the curtain has dropped.

Frank Steins

‘Frank Steins’ and Staging Disability

Shows like “Frank Steins” do not present the audience with burdenless characters and carefree plotlines.

cocoposter

‘Coco’ a Vibrant, Detailed, Rich Experience

“Coco,” the latest addition to Pixar’s incredible repertoire, once again combines powerful storytelling, attention to detail, and technical mastery to deliver a memorable movie experience.

SPORTS

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Earns Three of Four Possible Points Against Ivy Rivals

​In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Overcomes Laing Injury, Beats Brown

In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Prepares for Holy Cross Weekend Series

For the first time in program history, Harvard women’s hockey will take on non-conference competition Holy Cross—not once, but twice. This will be this first time since the October 2006 match against Rensselaer that Harvard women’s hockey faces a completely unknown team.