Late professor Mark A. Kishlansky taught seventeenth-century British history and for several years served as the associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Harvard house courtyard, 1965 From Crimson "Crimson Guide to Harvard Houses" March 27, 1965
Anti-war pickets struggle to stuff postcards into the Central Square post-office box in February, 1965.
A "youthful demonstrator" appeared in a February 10, 1965 issue of The Crimson.
A photograph of Albert Maher '63-2 entreating a mob at Memorial Church appeared in The Crimson on February 13, 1965.
The Harvard Rugby Football Club, the oldest Rugby club in America, is one of a variety of club sports on the Crimson campus.
Jess Jantzen '04 put the Crimson in the spotlight by winning an NCAA Championship, one of three Harvard wrestlers who have done so
A speaker addresses the crowd of students gathered to protest Harvard's investment in South African holdings during the late 1980s. A sign reads: "Put Apartheid Out of Business."
Crowds gather in support of Harvard's divestment from its South African holdings in the late 1980s.
Over $14,000 worth of equipment was allegedly stolen at the Harvard Medical School’s Longwood Campus last Thursday.
Former University Professor Cornel R. West '74 spoke at a teach-in the weekend he announced he would leave Harvard for Princeton in 2002.
The Crimson cover of February 18, 2005 featured an article on Summers' release of the transcript of his comments on women during a conference at the National Bureau of Economic Research.