Members of the Harvard community gather outside Memorial Church at a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives of AIDS victims for World AIDS Day, which was on December 1st. The vigil was sponsored by Harvard Global Health and AIDS Coalition.
Brianna J. Suslovic '16 participates in a candlelight vigil outside Memorial Church to commemorate the lives of AIDS victims on World AIDS Day, which was on December 1st. The vigil was sponsored by Harvard Global Health and AIDS Coalition.
Substantiating Fears of Grade Inflation, Dean Says Median Grade at Harvard College Is A-, Most Common Grade Is A
The median grade at Harvard College is an A-, and the most frequently awarded mark is an A, Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris said on Tuesday afternoon, supporting suspicions that the College employs a softer grading standard than many of its peer institutions.
Though many students were at home last week for the first few days of Hanukkah, they will be able to find food and festivities—from fried latkes and jelly doughnuts to traditional Jewish games of dreidel and the lighting of menorahs—across campus in the final days of the Jewish holiday.
Well, it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. With That Which Shall Not Be Named looming around the corner, there are only a few days of classes left! Whether you are sad to be finishing Fairytales or overjoyed to leave CS50 behind, it’s time to shed your shyness and go a little crazy in the classroom. Here are a few things you could do in lecture or section to leave with a resounding bang.
Professor of Science & Technology Studies and Sociology at Cornell, Trevor J. Pinch analyzes the material and technological components of sound. The discussion took place Monday at 4:15 PM in Holden Chapel.
"I have a C in art. #Harvard" That can’t be the correct hash tag.
From left to right, top to bottom, Rhodes Scholarship winners Elizabeth H. Byrne ’14, Alexander J. Diaz ’14, Aurora C. Griffin ’14, Andrew S. Lea ’14, Paolo P. Singer ’14, and Katherine E. Warren ’13.
In a year when students elected a ticket running under the slogan “You could do worse,” undergraduates reflected on what the first-ever-winning joke ticket means for student government at Harvard.
Earlier this week, Harvard Student Agencies sent out a survey asking for students’ top three Harvard bucket list items, promising one lucky entrant $250 as a prize. With Black Friday right around the corner, that extra pocket change wouldn’t hurt. And since having sex in the stacks, peeing on the John Harvard statue, and doing Primal Scream are too cliché, we’ve come up with three alternative Harvard bucket list items. If you can cross these off your list, you’re the ultimate Harvard student. Or crazy person.
Duke professor Mark Anthony Neal speaks about social media influences on the Black community at Harvard's Hip-Hop Archive on Wednesday afternoon
The Harvard-Yale Game, which dates back to 1875, is one of the oldest and most notable rivalries in the history of college sports. It is also one of the most highly anticipated events of the college year for students from both schools. Regardless of whether or not you’re a sports fan, the weekend of The Game is a weekend for memories. These memories will not be created in a cubicle of Lamont or in the silence of Widener—you will likely be alone and crying in these places if you choose to stay behind. Throw on your Crimson gear, get yourself down to New Haven, and keep these do’s and don’t’s in mind as you prepare and proceed for a legendary weekend.
While trips to the quad are often categorized as “too far to travel,” Harvard students shuttle to The Game at Yale every other year. FM imagines what some of the conversations on these buses might look like.
Both: Go there when drunk Uncomfortable seating Washing hands a necessity Smells like shit
Come next weekend, hundreds of Harvard students will be piling into buses to make the famed pilgrimage to the rough and tumble streets of New Haven, home of the number one safety school. To pass the travel time as Harvard prepares for its seventh consecutive win, take a listen to these classics: