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A group of students responded to the controversial posters parodying Renegade magazine by forming a "collective" to discuss free speech.
The Undergraduate Council’s Student Initiatives Committee named three finalists from the original 15 proposals submitted to its ‘Harvard Project’ grant initiative at its general meeting Sunday.
A group of Harvard students have joined to launch an arts and advocacy magazine to focus on issues of diversity and identity among students of color at Harvard, called Renegade, which will debut online on Friday.
The ICSJ, a collaborative science publication featuring material from multiple colleges including Harvard, released its first issue in March.
Dana Ferrante '17 and Caroline F. Gentile '17, the co-founders of food blog The Crimson Crave, look fondly at their Instagram page.
Jonathan A. Marks '15 is one of the cofounders of Quorum, which uses quantitative data to evaluate members of the United States Congress.
I meet the Collegiate Club in their collegiate meeting spot: Lamont Library’s Larsen Room. Reclining in their chairs, these freshmen greet me with faces bright with excitement. They want to convince Harvard that they are putting out a quality product with their online fashion blog. I want to tell them this is not Stanford— we don’t just make things happen around here; we first try to comp and seek entry to the Acropolis of exclusive organizations.
Jonathan S. Gould '10 will replace third-year law student Rachel G. Miller-Ziegler as president of the student-run legal journal.
The Harvard Political Review published its annual report for fiscal year 2013 on Thursday, offering a detailed review and analysis of U.S. fiscal policy and its predicted impact on the nation.
Members of one of Harvard's on-campus comedy groups claim they were basically "kicked out" of their Pforzheimer basement studio and will relocate to the SOCH.
To take get a sense of Mark E. Zuckerberg's life here at Harvard, we compiled a list of Crimson articles that chronicled his ventures.
Second-year Harvard Law School student Rachel G. Miller-Ziegler was elected the 128th president of the Harvard Law Review on Saturday, succeeding outgoing president Gillian S. Grossman ’10.
The editor of The Harvard Ichthus explained that the piece was not the official stance of the publication but rather the words of one particular author, which were easily misinterpreted.