Shaiba and Danny

UC Mandates Sexual Assault Training for Some Clubs

​Student organizations requesting high levels of Undergraduate Council funding will be required to send executive board members to sexual assault prevention training under a new ordinance passed by the UC’s Finance Committee.

Adams Dish Room Reopens Following Odor, Repairs

​The pungent odor that had greeted students in Adams House dining hall since late last week was eradicated Tuesday following a sequence of repairs over the weekend.

Students Aim to Reduce Meat Consumption During ‘Veguary’

In an effort to encourage students to eat less red meat this February, Harvard’s Environmental Action Committee is bringing a national campaign called the Veguary Challenge to Harvard’s dining halls.

South Asian Studies Department Searches For Second Hire

​The South Asian Studies department, which replaced Sanskrit and Indian studies in 2010, is in the process of finalizing a list of candidates for its second ever tenure-track position.

Gov. Course Puts Presidential Politics Under the Microscope

​Data and science are king—or president, rather—in Carlos E. Díaz Rosillo’s class on American presidential elections, Government 1359: “The Road to the White House.”

Datamatch Attracts Students with Jokes, Free Food, and (Maybe) a Little Something Else

​Having missed the start to cuffing season and looking for alternatives to Tinder, 3,300 of Harvard’s lovelorn students are taking their quest for a Valentine digital this year and enrolling in Datamatch.

Mather House Grants Lassonde ‘Rampant Lion’ Award

​In light of his recent departure from the Office of Student Life, Mather House Masters have awarded former Dean of Student Life Stephen Lassonde the “Rampant Lion Award”—an award which they created for Lassonde—to commemorate his commitment to House life.

Allston Task Force Chair Opens First Meeting of 2016

Harvard detailed two updates to its Allston plans Thursday at a mostly conflict-free Harvard-Allston Task Force meeting.

Special Teams
Football

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate
College

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard
Crime

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard

College

A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes

Opinion

Editorials

Supporting Freshman Seminars

Freshman seminars received a record number of applications this academic year. The College should continue to invest in the program.

Op-Eds

Fantasizing Flint

We have crises not because they are unavoidable, but because when we are too close and too influential, we are also too tired and entangled.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Moderate, not Conservative

Columns

Clinton on the Trail

Editorials

Courses Are Not Corporations

Lowell House Slated to be the 'Most Complex' Renovation

Lowell House renovations will last two years as what House masters described as the “largest and most complex renewal project thus far,”​ requiring residents to live in swing housing for the entirety of construction.

Dental Instructor Draws Anger in Thailand

​A Harvard Dental School instructor has been accused of fleeing scholarship loan debts in Thailand, prompting massive outrage in the country among its citizens.

Unconventional Overseers Candidates Qualify for Ballot

After Ron K. Unz ’83​ flew cross country to turn in almost 300 signatures to Harvard’s doorstep, he and four other alumni—including five-time presidential candidate Ralph Nader—can now call themselves candidates for the Board of Overseers.

Sports

Tommy of Tomorrow
Previews

Men's Basketball Looks to Right Ship Against Brown, Yale

Losers of five straight, the Crimson finds itself in the basement of the Ivy League standings heading into this weekend's slate.

Arts

The Queen of the Night
Books

'The Queen of the Night' Indulges in Music and Mystery

Chee composes an indulgent world of music and magic, prostitutes and nobles, in a novel that is not so much a novel as it is an immersive performance that lingers in the imagination even after it has ended.