A comp poster rests on the ground by the Lamont poster kiosk. Student group members wake up early to advertise their clubs during specified times on Mondays and Thursdays.
While some students find the expectation that students work during term time a meaningful distraction and opportunity for learning, others describe it as a major burden that puts them at a disadvantage.
When high school seniors open their acceptance letters to Harvard, they are invited to attend one of the world’s most exclusive institutions. But when students who decide to matriculate arrive on campus as freshmen, they find a whole new set of exclusive institutions with their own barriers to entry. Getting into Harvard doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll feel at home here.
Fifteen Minutes Magazine explores the state of diversity at Harvard by examining the past and present.
The athletic communications office is often overlooked, but it is influential in its efforts to promote Harvard’s varsity sports teams.
The Harvard section of a new publication, The Tab, is heavy on references to College freshmen and writing in the first-person.
The two new outlets are called “The Tab” and “Once Daily” and look to publish regularly online, according to their editors.
Comedian and "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon parades through Harvard Square on Saturday, when the Harvard Lampoon crowned him the "Emperor of Comedy."
Jimmy Fallon strikes a drum after conducting the Harvard University Band outside The Harvard Lampoon Saturday night. Fallon was crowned the 'Emperor of Comedy' by the semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine Saturday.
The semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine presented Jimmy Fallon with the Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor on Saturday.
Students are creating a new campus publication to address what they see as a gap in mainstream media coverage of human rights issues.
“I feel I have to get an official photo for my mom and to be in the yearbook.” Shaquilla T.S. Harrigan ’16 poses for a senior portrait by Steve E. Anderson, Senior Photographer from Prestige Portraits on Tuesday, September 29, 2015.
Yearbook president Dennis Lee ’16 said that he “sincerely hopes” with the additional sittings, all seniors will have the chance to be pictured in the yearbook, even if they were unable to attend their original sitting.
She is the daughter of a shoemaker and so knows enough to wear a sturdy pair of loafers for the long trek from Brockton to Cambridge, Mass. She knows, too, that her request to study intensive Latin, Greek, and English at Harvard may be rejected. But it is 1878, and Abby Leach knows, above all, that she and other women now deserve to know more.