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Harvard Lampoon staffers tricked the Donald Trump campaign into thinking that The Crimson was endorsing the controversial candidate for president.
Andrew W. Mayo '17 teaches summer telescope classes as part of a program hosted by Student Astronomers at Harvard-Radcliffe. The classes, which are held bi-weekly at the telescope in the Science Center, are free of charge, though students are required to fill out a short application to attend.
Jenny S. Quigley-Jones and Jordan E. Quigley-Jones dance during the "Salsa en la Plaza" social event hosted by Harvard Common Spaces on Thursday evening.
The library will stay open on weekdays until midnight, instead of the usual 10 p.m., next fall and spring.
Nadia L. Urrea '17, left, and Cole V. Edick '17, right, rehearse for "Mad Forest," a production by the 2015 Harvard Summer Theater. The play opens July 17 and runs until August 2 at the Loeb Experimental Theater.
A planned renovation of the 24-hour inpatient care space to expand mental health resources is still pending approval from the state public health department.
The Department of Education decided to dismiss the complaint because it is similar to an ongoing and separate federal lawsuit filed against Harvard.
The motion filed to delay a lawsuit Harvard currently faces seems to acknowledge that the Supreme Court’s ruling in Fisher could offer a new interpretation of the legality of race-based affirmative action policies.
A glowing Lowell House Bell Tower peeks out above the roof of all-male final club The Fly on Monday evening.
Arya D. McCarthy (SMU '17) plays the bagpipes in the Leverett House courtyard.
Throughout the weekend, students celebrated the decision many miles away from Washington, marching in gay pride parades and attending rallies nationwide.
The swimmer’s journey—from a Harvard women’s swimming recruit to an incoming member of the men’s team—is a historic one in the world of college athletics.