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Too Harvard To Fail

As Faust’s tenure draws to a close, some donors, alumni, and industry experts say Harvard should choose a leader with a healthy Rolodex and financial acumen.

Heightened Security Measures Complicate Harvard-Yale Tailgates

Security measures at the Yale Bowl created long lines, choking off attendance at tailgates and the game before Yale officials ultimately relented on the stricter measures.

New UC Leaders Say They Are Getting Started ‘Right Away’

UC President-elect Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Vice President-elect Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 said they are ready to begin working on their 39 campaign proposals.

Lee Says Harvard’s Next President Likely to Keep Sanctions

Harvard’s next president will likely keep the College’s penalties on members of single-gender social groups largely unaltered, William F. Lee ’72 said last week.

Pres. Search Committee Nears 'Phase Two'

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.

Four Harvard Seniors Win Rhodes Scholarships

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.

Harvard Film Archive Releases Winter Production Schedule

The films encompass a diversity of genres, including a holiday show and other seasonal films, foreign dramas, and experimental documentaries.

Students On Campus for Thanksgiving Look Forward to Turkey and Movies

Though many Harvard students will head home for Thanksgiving break, some plan to stay on campus to relax, catch up on work, and feast on a HUDS holiday dinner.

Faculty Council Moves On From Sanctions Discussion

In a stark change of pace, the Faculty Council did not discuss the College’s controversial social policy at their biweekly meeting last Wednesday.

Student Life

Some Harvard Students Will Skip The Game, Stay in Cambridge

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.


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.

Undergraduate Council

UC Voting System Faced Technical Difficulties in Presidential Election

​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.

Student Life

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.


Harvard Officials, Allstonians Discuss New Arts Facilities

Harvard officials unveiled the details of new planned arts facilities in Allston—dubbed the "ArtLab"—to locals at a Harvard-Allston task force meeting Thursday evening.

Student Life

Military Takeover Stokes Uncertainty For Zimbabwean Students

Harvard Corporation

Search Committee Has Talked to Hundreds, Lee Says


Economics Remains Most Popular Concentration


Data Project Forecasts Zhang and Boucher as Likely UC Winners


GOP Plan Could Cause Grad Student Tax Hike

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Chan Zuckerberg Donates $12.1 Million for Public Service

The grant will last for 15 years and provide financial assistance for up to 2,300 Harvard students who want to participate in public service programs.

Student Groups

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

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


Students Launch App for Mental Health Resources

Two students have launched “Bliss: Harvard Mental Health,” a mobile app compiling dozens of mental health resources on campus.

Harvard Business School

More Business School Grads Are Choosing Venture Capital, Stats Show

A higher proportion of Business School graduates are going into venture capital and private equity than in years past, according to career statistics the Business School released last week.

Harvard in the World

Harvard Without Borders

As the presidential search committee combs the world for Faust's successor, some say that Harvard’s potential as a global university should weigh heavily on their minds.


Officials Announce $1 Billion Cost for Mass. Turnpike Project in Allston


Financial Aid Spending Continues to Grow

Harvard Law School

Chief Justice Roberts Returns to Law School for Moot Court Final


UC Recommends 43 New Clubs for Approval

Student Life

Ahead of The Game, Harvard and Yale Establish New 'Sister' Relationships for Freshmen