Provost Alan Garber

Committee Considers More Options for 2016 Health Benefits

Changes introduced to the 2015 health benefits plan, which were first unveiled last September and rolled out in January, have come under considerable fire from faculty, who criticized the increase in costs for non-union staff.

Moore, Nelson Named to Board of Overseers Leadership

According to University spokesperson Jeff Neal, administrators “believe that this is the first time that two women have served" as president and vice chair of the Overseers concurrently.

Felipe's Says Liquor License Is on Its Way

While the restaurant’s liquor license application was approved, the owners have yet to receive the physical license itself, preventing them from specifying when exactly they can begin to serve alcohol.

SEAS and Design School Plan Joint Master’s Program

A master's degree in engineering design will “hopefully” be launched next year, according to Materials Science professor Joanna Aizenberg, who sits on the committee spearheading the project.

Graduate Students Await Columbia Unionization Ruling

A ruling in favor of unionization rights for graduate students at Columbia might prompt interest in a similar movement at Harvard.

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Design School Campaign Has Raised $1 Million Since Launch

The Graduate School of Design has raised a little more than $1 million since the public launch of its fundraising efforts in September 2014.

Central Administration

In Op-Ed, Law Profs Call for University Governance Changes

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Scrutiny

Not a 9-to-5 Job

Advising Programs Office Under Construction
College

Freshman Advising: Under Construction

Van Gogh's "Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin"
Visual Arts

Portrait of the Artist: Behind Van Gogh's 'Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin'

Opinion

Editorials

Continue Late-Night T Services

Late-night T-service is a step in the right direction for a system yearning for modernization in many ways.

Columns

Plow Through The Stump

We need to make eating a hyperconscious activity, to recognize that only conditioning ourselves to compulsively think before we eat will chip away at the extant residual effects of the most shameful era of American history.

Columns

Good Kopp: Privilege

Editorials

Better Safe Spaces

Editorials

A Threat to Moderation

Sexual Assault Task Force Members Detail Outreach Efforts

University President Drew G. Faust convened the task force last April amid debate over Harvard’s policies and approach to handling cases of alleged sexual assault.

Amid Snow, Square Tour Companies Weather the Winter

Although this past winter buried many tour group businesses in weeks of slow or no sales—especially those that depend on last-minute bookings—the damage was lessened by the industry’s anticipation of such seasonal cycle.

Divest Harvard, SLAM Distribute Flyers at S’mores Event

University President Drew G. Faust said the event was meant to mark the end of a snowy winter and give thanks to “everyone who kept Harvard running smoothly” during the snowstorms that forced many Harvard schools to cancel classes.

A Little Levity

April Fools' Day Pranks

Spring Break is over and there are still seven weeks until summer. There may not be much to look forward to between now and then, but there is one day that will give many some comic relief—April Fools’ Day. If you don’t have a legendary prank in mind, don’t stress! We here at FM came up with some of the best pranks of the year.

Sports

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Previews

Men's Hockey to Face Nebraska-Omaha in NCAA Tournament Opener

The Crimson travels to South Bend to take on No. 9/9 Nebraska-Omaha in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The winner will take on either No. 2/2 Minnesota St. Mankato or the Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday for a chance to advance to the Frozen Four in Boston.

Arts

Music

Hear Me Out: 'Let It Happen'

"Let it Happen" works equally well as an intimate psychedelic exploration and a Daft Punk-esque banger. In short, it’s a stunning reemergence.