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Some students feel underprepared to study certain fields—especially those in the humanities—because they were not exposed to them in high school or lacked the resources to explore them on their own.
Photos and Video from the 132nd playing of The Game in New Haven, Connecticut.
Behind a stifling defense that shut out Yale for 42 straight minutes after an opening Bulldogs touchdown, the Crimson (9-1, 6-1 Ivy) cruised to a 38-19 victory over Yale (6-4, 3-4) in the 132nd edition of The Game.
Harvard’s loss to Penn in the penultimate game of the season opened the door for other Ivy contenders, but the Crimson has one last shot to earn a share of the Ivy crown. But in the 132nd edition of The Game, Yale would like nothing more than to play spoiler.
Dozens of students and Harvard affiliates gathered in the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to rally in support of black student activists on other college campuses, where mass protests against racism have erupted in recent weeks.
Within the confines of Harvard Yard, past and present continuously interact in unexpected ways, calling into question what gets told and how it gets told, what gets lost and why it gets lost.
Tickets running for the Undergraduate Council voiced their opinions of race relations and social spaces on campus.
Police have not yet identified the source of Monday's unfounded bomb threat in Harvard Yard.
Harvard police received an unconfirmed bomb threat via email on Monday, prompting an evacuation of four buildings in and around Harvard Yard before it was determined to be unfounded. The Crimson's multimedia staff documents the scene as the investigation unfolded.
In an email to club graduate officers, undergraduate president Coby C. Buck ’16 wrote that 31 of 36 undergraduates members in good standing with the A.D. oppose any changes in the club’s membership policy.
<p>As three tickets gear up to run to lead the Undergraduate Council next year, The Crimson breaks down each of their backgrounds and their platforms and proposals. Shaiba Rather ’17 and Danny Banks ’17 run on a platform to “open” Harvard; William A. Greenlaw ’17 and William F. Morris IV ’17 are trying to connect their personal experiences to their platform; and UC outsiders Nick E. Gajdzik ’16-’17 and Jeffrey M. Ott ’16-’17, draw attention to the issues that varsity athletes on campus face. </p>
Needing a victory to secure a share of its third straight Ivy League championship, Harvard came up short in a football game for the first time since 2013, falling to Penn by a score of 35-25.
Fifteen Minutes Magazine explores the state of diversity at Harvard by examining the past and present.
Counsel for Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow and Yale Law School Dean Robert C. Post ’69 filed the brief last week. Harvard also submitted an amicus brief in the Fisher case offering a similar pro-affirmative action argument.