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.
The Crimson's next Managing Editor will be Nicholas P. Fandos '15, and Joseph R. Botros '15 will head the organization's finances and operations as its next Business Manager.
The approved organizations include a group for first-generation college students, the group that puts on the spring fashion show “Eleganza,” and two groups supporting students in the bisexual, gay, lesbian, trangender, and queer community.
The Honorable Shaun Donovan, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, is presented the 7th Annual Robert Coles "Call of Service" award by President Drew G. Faust. The lecture and presentation took place in Memorial Church Friday.
The story of The Hound & Horn, begun when two underclassmen broke off from the ruthless social and literary hierarchy of Harvard undergraduate publications and pursued their own course, ultimately faded away into the history of the many short-lived literary publications
Harvard's famous literary alumni include E. E. Cummings '15, Michael Crichton '64, and Norman Mailer '43.
In the absence of a perfect formula for fostering future Pulitzer winners, the writing scene at Harvard is multi-faceted, varied, and as often as not, a collective rather than a solo pursuit.
Students talk to representatives and sign up for various clubs on campus on display at the Activities Fair. It was held at the Student Organization Center at Hilles last Friday afternoon.
Students talk to representatives from various clubs on campus on display at the Activities Fair. It was held at the Student Organization Center at Hilles last Friday afternoon.
Vinh Nguyen '17 adds his name to the Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Association mailing list, representing the hundreds of freshman students joining extracurricular activities on display at the Activities Fair. It was held at the Student Organization Center at Hilles last Friday afternoon.
Dozens of Quincy students living in Hampden Hall swing space were forced out of their rooms and into the suites of friends and House mates Monday night, as a power outage that began early in the evening kept a cluster of buildings along Plympton Street and Massachusetts Avenue in the dark.
The Harvard Law Review will more than double the number of editors focusing on online content for the publication next year in an effort to expand its web presence.
Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.
Brevia, a new undergraduate research journal, is set to publish its first issue next semester. The journal gives students the opportunity to showcase their new research in under 500 words.