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Justin C. Worland

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Faust Discusses Mental Health with Students

University President Drew G. Faust addressed students' questions in Kirkland House on Wednesday.


Earthquake Hits New England

Rebecca C. Maddalo ’13 was sitting in the basement of Sever Hall in Harvard Yard at 7:12 on Tuesday evening when she felt her chair begin to shake. Wondering what might have caused the mysterious rumbling, she looked online for clues.


First Day of School for Harvard Online

Computer Science 50: “Introduction to Computer Science I” attracts 722 students to Sanders Theater. Its online equivalent, Computer Science 50x, has drawn more than 100 times that number of students.

 Asleep on the Job?

Lamonsters Beware!

Lamonsters beware. An anonymous tipster tells The Crimson that the Sleeping in Lamont Tumblr is back in action. You may want to take your studying elsewhere.

Central Administration

Dust Settles As Library Changes

Leaders of Harvard Library touted the successful integration of Harvard’s 73 libraries into a single University library in an interview with The Crimson Wednesday.


Attorney Speaks On Harvard Amicus Brief

An attorney Harvard retained to defend affirmative action in higher education outlined the dramatic stakes of the United States Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in a Thursday conference call.

Drew Faust

Faust Addresses Cheating Scandal

In the wake of the cheating scandal that rocked Harvard at the beginning of the school year, University President Drew G. Faust lamented the influence of current societal pressures and their impact on learning during an interview with The Crimson on Tuesday.

Undergraduate Council

Faust: Campus Center a Capital Campaign Priority

A campus-wide student center will feature prominently in the University’s upcoming capital campaign, University President Drew G. Faust said in an interview with The Crimson Tuesday.

Harvard Welcomes Veterans
Central Administration

Student Service Members Facilitate Conversations for Veterans

A panel of Harvard affiliates called on student service members to facilitate conversations with their peers about the role of the military at a welcome ceremony for veterans currently attending the University Monday night.

Harvard Corporation

Corporation Selects New Members

Jessica T. Mathews ’67 and Theodore V. Wells, Jr., have been selected as the newest members of the Harvard Corporation announced Sunday.

Central Administration

Faust, Burns Debut Documentary

Harvard administrators and faculty showed up in droves Tuesday night at the premier of the PBS documentary “Death and the Civil War,” based on University President Drew G. Faust’s book “Republic of Suffering.”

ROTC Practice

Army ROTC Training Returns to Harvard

For those who followed ROTC's long road back to Harvard, the symbolic significance of the return of Army ROTC training to the University's campus cannot be measured in miles.


Students Warned about Violence in North Africa

Harvard urged students studying abroad in the Middle East and Northern Africa to take safety precautions in response to last week’s unrest in the Middle East and Northern Africa.


President Faust to Appear on Colbert Tonight

Comedian and political satirist Stephen Colbert has been known to challenge members of the Harvard faculty. Professors including Steven A. Pinker, Stephen J. Greenblatt, and Michael J. Sandel have engaged Colbert in the typical comedic back-and-forth on his show, "The Colbert Report." But tonight he takes on a new challenge in the form of their boss—University President Drew G. Faust.


Faust Embarks on Speaking Tour

Harvard University President Drew G. Faust has fought for immigration rights and brought the Reserve Officers’ Training Corp back to campus. And with the Tuesday premier of “Death and the Civil War,” an adaption of her book, she will extend her presence to the world of TV.

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes