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Members of one of Harvard's on-campus comedy groups claim they were basically "kicked out" of their Pforzheimer basement studio and will relocate to the SOCH.
Mayopoulos listens as the president of the Black Men’s Forum, Rodriguez A. Roberts '15, explains how increased student funding would help his club at the Undergraduate Council's 250K Rally.
John C. Lo ’16 received what he called a “strange” email from an alleged alumnus who goes under the name ‘John Harvard Bitcoin’—an email that led to a meeting with other Bitcoin enthusiasts Wednesday night.
In advance of their meeting with University President Drew G. Faust Thursday, leaders of the Undergraduate Council on Sunday outlined fundraising models and broke down the ways in which the would spend the additional $250,000 the organization is seeking from the University.
To take get a sense of Mark E. Zuckerberg's life here at Harvard, we compiled a list of Crimson articles that chronicled his ventures.
The Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770 has moved into its new home at 96 Winthrop St., the site previously occupied by Tommy Doyle's.
The Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770—comprised of The Hasty Pudding Club, The Hasty Pudding Theatricals, and the Harvard Krokodiloes—will relocate its clubhouse from 2 Garden St. to 96 Winthrop St. later this month, according to Hasty Pudding chairman and “Grand Sphinx” Andrew L. Farkas ’82.
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.