FM presents you with 15 seniors to meet before the 2013 graduation.
This year, a President won re-election, a Korean popstar invaded YouTube, and Kate Middleton, well, owned life. Here are some ...
Mariana Gudino Castañon '14 and Tyler Cusick '14 are both members of Harvard's Adams House and Co-organizers of the new ...
That subject-less email you received today from firstname.lastname@example.org may have looked a lot like spam. It was actually from the Office of Student Life.
With seven blockmates, three siblings, four final exams, and two papers, shopping for holiday gifts can be both financially straining ...
Dressed in a cap and gown, Bo Guagua, the deposed Chinese Communist Party leader’s son whose whereabouts have been the subject of international media speculation for weeks, showed up for his Harvard graduation last Thursday.
A group of hackers, dubbing itself only as "The Unknowns", claimed that it hacked into parts of Harvard's website, in addition to websites of other major organizations such as NASA, the U.S. Airforce, and the French Ministry of Defense among others, according to an ABC News article.
Rapper David Banner visited Harvard last weekend to speak at a conference entitled, "LA Riots: Twenty Year Later," a reflection on social justice and inequality in America in the aftermath of the Los Angeles riots in 1992. Flyby sat down to talk with the successful rapper, producer, and social activist, who has worked to raise awareness about the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
With reading period in full swing, many students look forward to relaxing and letting loose. Often that relaxation comes with a side of alcohol. But Samir S. Faza '15 and Henry H. Wang '15 don't think it has to.
In her stump speech, Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren likes to tell voters how she rose from the "ragged edge of the middle class" to become a "fancy-pants" law professor. Not included in the speech? Any mention of Warren's Native American ancestry.
On Saturday, President Barack H. Obama spoke at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Flyby has the roundup of Obama's five best jokes of the evening—including a quip about how his and Mitt Romney's Harvard experiences differed, and why this might be relevant in November.
Congratulations! You made it through another semester, balancing yet again a crazy course load, extracurriculars, and the occasional socializing. And, now that reading period has officially descended upon us, procrastination will, without doubt, become even more evident. And what the hell, you deserve to relax!
Days after Harvard Kennedy School student Bo Guagua released an exclusive statement to The Crimson, new information has emerged in the controversy surrounding the downfall of his father Bo Xilai.
In an exclusive statement to The Crimson, Bo Guagua addressed claims made in the press about his grades, his social life, and even the make of car that he drives.
Harvard Kennedy School student Bo Guagua sent The Crimson a statement, which is published verbatim below.