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With a share of the Ivy League title already on lock, the Harvard football team will play Yale for sole possession of the conference crown and the elusive 10-0 perfect record. On Saturday at Harvard Stadium, it will be a battle of the Crimson's stalwart defense against a tough Bulldogs offense at the 2014 edition of The Game.
On many teams across the league, players work with the system to get the most out of their four years of eligibility. Some might do it to improve their professional prospects, but most are simply looking to be more competitive, help their team, and play the game they love for a little bit longer.
The Crimson's searchable database details the outcomes of more than 7,500 Title IX complaints received and closed by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights between Jan. 1, 2002 and Sept. 22, 2014. The data was obtained by The Crimson through a Freedom of Information Act request and includes the opening date of each complaint case, the date it was closed, the OCR's description of resolution, and whether or not the complaint resulted in a policy change.
Now that the Museums have officially opened to the public, administrators hope to make the Museums accessible and attractive to Harvard’s youngest affiliates.
Behind each Harvard football game is a carefully orchestrated performance by the Harvard Athletic Department.
Because of classical music’s long-standing history of assimilation within the academic structure at Harvard, small groups of classical musicians have networks of support and paths to performance, whereas no similar systems for musicians in other genres seem to exist.
<p>A year after Harvard undergraduates voted a joke ticket into the Undergraduate Council’s top offices, this year’s UC elections are underway. With the campus vocal about the University’s new sexual assault and misconduct policy, the College’s first honor code, and student group funding, tickets are trying to reform the Council and increase its power to effect change.</p>
After dancing with the best in last year's NCAA Tournament, the Harvard men's basketball team enters this season with a brighter spotlight on it than ever before. Meanwhile, the women's squad will look to rise new leadership to an Ivy League crown.
Establishments in Harvard Square and throughout the U.S. look to Harvest as a leader in the local food movement.
After a six-year major reconstruction project, the Harvard Art Museums is ready to reopen its doors as a university museum that combines the prestige of a metropolitan art museum with the mission of learning and research.
While the evolution of LGBTQ groups on campus has provided students with an unprecedented number of ways to engage, this growth raises questions about the role of institutional support and the importance of collaboration across groups.
From research and teaching partnerships to smartphone apps and projects analyzing how to improve city services, city officials and Harvard faculty say, the New Urban Mechanics are redefining what civic innovation means in the 21st century.
Uniquely positioned to profit from post-graduate uncertainty, the consulting industry routinely attracts around 10 percent of graduating Harvard seniors. But is the industry the stepping-stone it promises to be?
A small cohort of students at Harvard aspire to work after graduation in fashion, a field not often pursued. These students, through various media, attempt to cultivate their passion despite Harvard’s absence of fashion-specific resources.