Every year, the members of the graduating class are required to take a survey that asks for their assessment of
Two out of five Harvard seniors say they have sought mental health treatment while in college, according to the results
The majority of the Class of 2007 plans to enter the workforce come graduation, though a third of seniors who
The Crimson’s editorial board puts its slightly scuffed crystal ball to work. Michael B. Broukhim ’07 Editorial chair Drew Gilpin
A few days after I returned from winter break my freshman year, my mom gave birth to my twin siblings,
This is the third in a series of bi-weekly columns designed to explain The Crimson’s policy decisions and coverage choices.
Redoubling their efforts to unlock the power of the human genome, philanthropists Eli and Edythe L. Broad yesterday pledged an
Harvard janitors, their children, and student organizers attempted to pull a Halloween trick on University President Lawrence H. Summers at
The culminating event of the Student Labor Action Movement’s (SLAM) “A Week for Workers” drew more than 75 students, employees,
Erin Brockovich-Ellis, the iconic environmental activist who drew widespread attention to water contamination in a community in California, was honored
The University is expecting to offer an unprecedented number of positions to African-American faculty this school year as Harvard steps
Actor John Lithgow ’67 put to rest concerns yesterday that the podium of Commencement’s afternoon exercises—usually reserved for political figures—could
On Feb. 22, Provost Steven E. Hyman guarded University President Lawrence H. Summers’ flank on the long walk from Mass.
ETOB. Beginning with the presidency of John Thornton Kirkland (1810-1828), generations of Harvard administrators have scribbled it on memos, briefings,