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Dingman to Step Down at End of Academic Year

Dean Dingman at Convocation

​Dean of Freshmen Thomas A. Dingman ’67 will step down at the end of the academic year after 13 years in the position and 45 years at Harvard.

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.

Zhang, Boucher Win UC Election with 55 Percent of Vote

Zhang and Boucher

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

Some Harvard Students Will Skip The Game, Stay in Cambridge

Walking to the Game

Some students—pointing to Harvard’s 14-21 loss to Yale at last year’s game—said they are not sufficiently interested in football to make the trip to Yale.

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.

Committee on Student Life Approves 42 New Student Groups, Rejects 19

Student Involvement Fair

​The Committee on Student Life approved 42 new student organizations at its monthly meeting Thursday.

Harvard Graduate Student Assaulted on Putnam Ave

A Harvard graduate student was assaulted on Putnam Ave. Tuesday evening, according to Harvard University Police Department spokesperson Steven G. Catalano.

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.

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.

Committee on Student Life Approves 42 New Student Groups, Rejects 19

Student Involvement Fair

​The Committee on Student Life approved 42 new student organizations at its monthly meeting Thursday.

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For Some Students, Exam Prep to Consume Thanksgiving Break

While many students will enjoy the three-day break for the Thanksgiving holiday, others will be busy studying for final exams in the last two weeks before the end of the term.

OPINION

Op-Eds

Why I Left STEM

I remembered how fragile my future became as I watched votes go up for a man who held the fate of my undocumented community in his hands. I suddenly remembered that I had more to worry about than academics.

Editorials

Beating the Bulldogs

The Game offers an opportunity for students to step back from their duties and enjoy a revelrous weekend.

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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.