Cornell v. Harvard

Football Thrashes Cornell, 40-3, for 18th Straight Win

Forcing four turnovers, the Crimson rode a dominant defensive performance to a 40-3 victory over Cornell on Saturday.

Author David Black Discusses Latest Work in Kirkland

“It’s my version of ‘Don Quixote’ about a man today who think he’s a 1940s detective,” Black said as he introduced the book. “He sees the mystery in everything.”

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UC Grants Freshman Class Committee Standing Status

While the Freshman Class Committee, which serves as the Undergraduate Council’s outlet for planning events and initiatives for freshmen, has long been referred to as a “committee,” it was not officially designated as one.

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Women’s Groups Host Party To Promote Inclusive Social Space

“We really wanted to have an on-campus, open party where everyone felt they could own that space and see all of their friends,” said Madeline C. Hung ’16, one of the event’s student coordinators.

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Central Office Has Heard Record Number of Assault Cases

Of the 25 to 30 cases the Ofice for Sexual and Gender-Based Dispute Resolution has heard since fall 2014, between 10 and 15 are still open; more than half of the open cases were filed in the last two months.


Student Protesters Appeal Dismissal of Divestment Lawsuit

The plaintiffs claim in their 113-page appeal that Harvard has mismanaged its endowment by investing in “abnormally dangerous activities."

Students Head to Houston for Conference on Women in Tech

Speakers will include Sheryl K. Sandberg ’91, the chief operating officer of Facebook. Students will hear about topics ranging from artificial intelligence to internet-enabled tools over the course of the conference.

Students Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day

​As the University took an official holiday on Monday for Columbus Day, Harvard affiliates and local residents gathered in Harvard Yard to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day.

The Band at Convocation

Class of 2019: Beliefs and Lifestyles

Administrators on the Stage

Class of 2019: Academics & Extracurriculars

The View of Convocation

Class of 2019: By the Numbers

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Sorry, Dorothy



Updating Columbus Day

It would be a mistake, and a form of dangerous revisionism, to handle the pain and hurt by striking Columbus and the decision to name a day for him from the historical consciousness.


Placing Obsession

View your obsessions as vitally and as seriously as you view yourself, because somehow, your interests inevitably fit into the wide mosaic of global knowledge


Not Art


Final Clubs: The Scapegoat on Campus


Guns to God

Undergraduates Explore Startup Industry at Conference

Start @ a Startup is a conference in its fourth year that “connects the brightest college students with startups from across the country for a weekend of educational and recruiting events,” according to its website.

Companies Showcase Drones in Harvard Stadium

Hosted by SEAS, Harvard Business School, and the Harvard Xfund, the event was one of the last of HUBWeek, a weeklong series of educational events in the Greater Boston area.

Historian Niall Ferguson Will Leave Harvard for Stanford

Historian Niall Ferguson will become a full-time senior fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, an American public policy think tank, after 12 years at Harvard.


Best Busts: Annenberg Edition

Hey, get your mind out of the gutter! It’s not what you’re thinking. The busts we’re talking about are the ones mounted on the walls of Annenberg. As freshmen, rarely do we look up from our heaping piles of curly fries and carnival cookies to notice the many stern men staring down at us. Covering almost every inch of Annenberg’s walls, these devilishly handsome fellows are forever immortalized in smooth marble. While their busts are accompanied by a gold plaque detailing their major accomplishments and contributions to the University, we know you’ll never actually get around to reading them. Let us be your one and only source into the scandalous lives of Harvard’s elite.


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Women's Soccer

First Half Goals Lift Women's Soccer to 2-0 Win Over Cornell

Harvard scored two first half goals against a Cornell team that had only conceded one this season previously, as the Crimson women’s soccer team picked up its third straight Ivy League victory on Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., by a 2-0 score.



Reading the 2015 Boston Book Festival

This year's festival aims to attract an ever more diverse audience by maintaining free admission and continuing their "One City One Story" program.