Writer

Brittney L. Moraski

Latest Content

Krauthammer’s Non Sequitur

Yet again, conservatives are waging an ideological battle because they are unable to offer new ideas. In a recent Washington

Students Call for an Accessible Dean

The last time there was a College dean search, then-Dean of the Faculty William C. Kirby drew criticism for consulting

UC Pledges to Pay Grants

In an impassioned rebuke to College leaders, undergraduates voted last night to continue using Harvard funds for student parties, despite

To Here and Back Again

In 2005, when Tulane University sophomore Christopher M. Ordoyne received a call from his father telling him that their family

Former Dean, House Master Heads to Boston University

Patricia O'Brien, formerly the deputy dean of Harvard College and co-master of Currier House, has been appointed associate dean of

With Goals Accomplished, Gross Leaves Overhauled College

CORRECTION APPENDED In the five years that Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross '71 has served in University Hall,

Hello, World?

Last week, I joined some friends at a social event for young progressives. Our purpose for attending the event was

Gross To Step Down

Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross '71 announced on Wednesday that he will step down August 31, saying it

Clinton Addresses Seniors on Class Day

Two-term U.S. President Bill Clinton challenged the 1,667 graduating members of the Class of 2007 yesterday to look beyond individual

Libraries Go Digital, And Books Go On

On a typical Sunday afternoon, Widener Library is brimming with students and academics scouring the stacks, and the reading room’s

Bill Clinton To Address Seniors

As many as 20,000 people could fill Tercentenary Theatre today to hear former U.S. President Bill Clinton address seniors during

FAMILY-STYLE DINNER
None

FAMILY-STYLE DINNER

Seniors and their family members attend the Class Family Dinner & Party outdoors and in tents near Harvard Stadium.

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09

Cecilia C. Ekperi ’09, a leader of Harvard’s black community remembered by friends for her outgoing personality, died July 6,

L. Fred Jewett '57

In the words of Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid William R. Fitzsimmons ’67, “I can’t think of anyone who’s

Students: Gen Ed Implementation Key

Following the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ approval on Tuesday of a new general education program to replace the Core,

Hockey
Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Preview 2014

The Oval
Scrutiny

Seeing Red: Stanford v. Harvard

blood handprint
Arts

Dead Letter: The Aesthetics of Horror

Election Strategy
Columns

Where Did All The Ideas Go?