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New York Times columnist and Harvard overseer Nicholas D. Kristof ’81 questions University President Drew Gilpin Faust about divestment, the hierarchy of higher education, racial diversity, and a number of other pressing issues on Tuesday.
New York Times columnist and Harvard overseer Nicholas D. Kristof ’81 asked University President Drew G. Faust about divestment, racial diversity, and other campus issues in Sanders Theatre on Tuesday.
The redesigned Harvard Crimson was launched on Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Joseph R. Botros ’15 resigned his position as business manager of The Harvard Crimson Sunday night, four months after taking helm of the organization’s business.
From left to right, caricatures of Jeff A. Zucker '86, Gay W. Seidman '78, Jim Cramer '77, and Donald E. Graham '66, all former presidents of the Crimson drawn by David Royce. Royce died on April 4. He was 82.
David Royce '56, right, shows off the Thresky Ibis atop the Empire State Building.
David Royce ’56—a sharp-penned cartoonist, controversial political activist, and the “alleged purloiner of the [Harvard Lampoon’s] Thresky Ibis”—died April 4 in Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Conn. after a two-year bout with lymphoma. He was 82.
This single-sheet extra edition of The Crimson was published on Friday, November 22, 1963, the day John F. Kennedy '40 was shot. According to then-Crimson managing editor Bruce L. Paisner '64, the extra was printed at around 2:30 p.m. and distributed at around 5 p.m.
A student weeps as mourners gather outside Memorial Church on Saturday, November 23, 1963, to remember the fallen President. The photograph ran as the top image on the front page of the Monday, November 25, 1963, issue of The Crimson.