On Campus

Map Madness
On Campus

Map Madness

Antique maps in Harvard University’s map collection in Pusey Library.

Deadly Double Helix
Books

Deadly Double Helix

The Cambridge Forum hosted Danielle Allen, Harvard University Professor and author of “Cuz”, a memoir that looks at the “deadly double helix” of narcotics and street gangs.

Jack Kerouac waits for the the Quad Shuttle.
On Campus

Jack Kerouac Takes the Quad Shuttle

The doors squealed open and we bounced in a jiffy onto the 5 p.m. Crimson Cruiser, pulling ole Bull in behind us just as everyone was tooting to go.

Farmer's Market pt. 2
On Campus

Farmer's Market pt. 2

The Farmer’s Market in the Science Center Plaza sells fresh fruits and vegetables.

Behind Closed Doors - Final Clubs
College

Dude, That's Rude: Punch Part I

Sophomore fall: a time to put down those Pumpkin Spice Lattes and pick up some social climbing habits for punch season! Punch is a rude event overall, but we've identified some particularly horrible things to avoid this season.

Dan Byers
On Campus

Artist Spotlight: Dan Byers

In June, Byers took the helm at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.

Racha Kirakosian
On Campus

Teaching the Real Game of Thrones

“Students would say, ‘Oh, this is like “Game of Thrones.’ And I would say ‘Well, if anything, it’s the other way around.’”

Sunset From Weeks Bridge
On Campus

Sunset From Weeks Bridge

The sun sets over the Charles River on Aug. 28. The top of Eliot House’s dome can be seen above the trees.

Mooncake
On Campus

Mooncake

Students celebrate the Full Moon and Mid-Autumn Festival, hosted by Harvard-Radcliffe Chinese Students Association and and Student Astronomers at Harvard-Radcliffe, with mooncakes and stargazing.

HBO No
On Campus

HBO No

A student browses HBO Go. This semester, Harvard discontinued HBO Go and Philo service for students.

Chem 17
On Campus

Chem 17

Science Center Hall B fills up for Chemistry 17, Organic Chemistry, which is taught by Eric Jacobsen.

Athlete Activism
On Campus

Athlete Activism

Dr. Harry Edwards, author of The Revolt of the Black Athlete, talks to James Brown '73, current host of “The NFL Today” on CBS, about Athlete Activism.

Roam the Galleries
On Campus

After Hours at the Museums: Color, Cocktails, Celebration

The Harvard Art Museums stayed open late last week with food, music, gallery tours, and other events, as part of its continuing efforts to engage students.

John Wang Interview
On Campus

Portrait of an Artist: John Wang '16

The Crimson sat down with John Wang '16 to discuss his public art installation at the Radcliffe Institute.

Clover in the Science Center
College

Clover in the Science Center

Clover, which is not accepting Board Plus, opened in the renovated Science Center this fall.