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Men's Ice Hockey

Kasdorf's 49 Saves Lead RPI to 2-1 Win Over Men's Hockey

Despite generating a season-high 50 shots on Friday, the No. 9/9 Crimson failed to snap their two-game skid, falling by a goal to No. 18/- Rensselaer.

Shaiba and Danny
Undergraduate Council

UC Mandates Sexual Assault Training for Some Clubs

​Student organizations requesting high levels of Undergraduate Council funding will be required to send executive board members to sexual assault prevention training under a new ordinance passed by the UC’s Finance Committee.

Morals and the Mind

Call Him Fiery

"I am Fiery," Cushman begins his first lecture of the semester. "Fiery is pronounced like the adjective. It is actually my real name, and it’s my preference that you use it."

"Free Harvard, Fair Harvard"
Central Administration

Unconventional Overseers Candidates Qualify for Ballot

After Ron K. Unz ’83​ flew cross country to turn in almost 300 signatures to Harvard’s doorstep, he and four other alumni—including five-time presidential candidate Ralph Nader—can now call themselves candidates for the Board of Overseers.

Harvard Business School

Faculty Overwhelmingly Donate to Clinton

Ninety-one percent of contributions to current presidential candidates made by Harvard faculty, instructors, and researchers in 2015 went to former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton.

Facebook at Puzzle Day

Malan, Harvard Filed Separate CS50 Trademark Applications

In the past few years, CS50 instructor David J. Malan '99 and the University have filed contradictory applications to trademark the course, a set of public documents indicate.

Harvard Students for Bernie
Student Groups

Harvard Democrats Canvass in New Hampshire Ahead of Primary

More than 50 Harvard College Democrats braved the snow to join the fray—and occasional ornery residents—to canvass for their chosen candidate across the mom-and-pop shop lined streets of New Hampshire’s second-largest city.

Square Up
Men's Ice Hockey

Yale Tightens Ivy League Race With 2-1 Win Over Men's Hockey

Harvard's 10-year wait for an Ivy League title will continue at least a little longer, as Yale knocked off the Crimson, 2-1, in a physical battle at Ingalls Rink on Saturday.

Med School Petition
Harvard Medical School

Med Students Deliver Petition to Mass Hall

The group of students planned to deliver the petition to University President Drew G Faust, whose office is located in Mass. Hall, but she was not there to accept the petition, according to Nelson Malone, one of the petition’s main organizers.

Travel Spread

The Travel Issue

FM writers and photographers traveled the world. Here's what they found.

Faust Climate Change

Faust Condemns Free Tuition Proposal from Outsider Overseers Ticket

University President Drew G. Faust critiqued both major proposals put forward by five alumni last month in their grassroots campaign for the Board of Overseers, the University's second-highest governing body.

"Free Harvard, Fair Harvard"
Central Administration

Outside Overseers Candidate Arrives in Square, Petitions in Hand

Per Unz’s estimate, he had collected almost 300 signatures over a series of weeks—shipping petitions to alumni across the country—to earn a spot on the ballot for Harvard’s second highest governing body. He arrived in the Square to collect a few more signatures.

Cummins Up Short
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Falls to 1-3 in Ivy League Play on Rosenberg Buzzer-Beater

After wasting a 20-point lead at home Saturday night, the five-time defending champions are now three games back of undefeated Yale and Columbia.

All Pat
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Falls to Cornell, Drops to 1-2 in Ivy League

Despite coming back from a 15-point deficit at halftime and a 24-point effort by junior forward Zena Edosomwan, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped its second consecutive conference matchup to Cornell Friday night, 77-65.

In Preparation
House Life

Lassonde Will Stay on Campus To Teach

​Stephen Lassonde, who publicly stepped down from his role as Dean of Student Life effective Feb. 1, will remain on campus as a lecturer this spring, although early signs indicated otherwise.

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes