Social entrepreneurs, Harvard affiliates, and students from across the United States convened in Northwest Labs on Saturday for the Igniting Innovation Summit.
After the maze of hundreds of clubs, free candy, and aggressive upperclassmen recruiters that marked the activities fair, some freshmen (and upperclassmen!) may still find themselves in a daze, unable to decide what student organizations to comp or join this fall. Flyby is pleased to present a carefully-prepared flowchart designed to help you find the student organization that is right for you.
One year after the announcement of the Gov 1310 scandal, 17 percent of freshmen surveyed by The Crimson admitted to having cheated on a paper or a take-home assignment before to coming to Harvard.
Joshua P. Zoffer ’14 and Ben D. Sprung-Keyser ’15 were named the youngest team champions in the history of the American Parliamentary Debate Association’s national tournament on Sunday, marking the second consecutive year that a Harvard team has won the tournament.
In a room in Sever Hall Monday night, cookies were passed around and tea was served—a low-key setting for the discussion of sex. For two hours, representatives from the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and Harvard College Munch—a kinky sex discussion group at the College—discussed the importance of consent and negotiation in relationships.
The Harvard Computer Society keeps archives of all College list-servs, including their names as well as the emails exchanged through them. Many of these archives are only accessible to members of the lists themselves, but plenty of them are wide open. Let that sink in for a moment. Remember that email full of Spider-Man gifs you sent across your dorm list freshman year? It’s accessible until the end of time. And that’s just the beginning of what FM found. We now know your secrets.
The Delphic & Dorm Crew host... “Get Down And Dirty” (‘Cause We’ll Clean It Up)
Hundreds of Harvard students flung bags of colored powder at each other Saturday afternoon in celebration of Holi, the Hindu festival of colors.
Andrew M. Watkins ’11, the former Harvard Quiz Bowl player accused of illicitly viewing game questions in advance of multiple national championship matches, told The Crimson Sunday that he did not cheat in any academic competition.
Oprah is heading to Harvard Yard on May 30 to impart words of wisdom to the class of 2013. In the meantime, FM looks to Oprah’s Twitter for advice to solve our day-to-day problems.
Gold-plated chandeliers, dark-paneled walls, and plush carpeting adorn one of the first-floor dining rooms the Faculty Club.
Faculty today take potential hires and visiting scholars out to the Faculty Club for lunch or dinner. Although professors rave about the quality of food and the service, he bill for a meal at the Club can easily tally over 30 dollars per person.