The paper's outgoing editors elected their successors early Friday morning. The Crimson’s current President, Samuel Y. Weinstock ’15, shared the results with The Crimson's staff soon after.
<p>Hoping to continue their UC partnership, Nasrollahzadeh and Goyal are campaigning on a platform that seeks to find new funding sources for students and increase the sense of community among undergraduates.</p>
The U.S. Attorney asked Friday that the court defer prosecuting Kim for 18 months, while he takes part in a pretrial diversion program.
Friends, peers, and advisers pay tribute to Cote K. Laramie ’14.
Snapshots of members of the Class of 2014 who have already or will soon tie the knot with their partner.
From bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon to bomb threats in four campus buildings, life at Harvard was anything but calm in 2013. As Harvard’s too-crazy-to-believe year draws to a close, The Crimson looks back at ten stories that most shaped life on campus in 2013.
On Tuesday, Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris stated that the median grade at Harvard College is an A-, prompting commentators the world over to criticize the perceived leniency of the College's grading standards. But this is not the first time such an outcry has occurred, nor is it likely to be the last. Below, Flyby presents a collection of news stories on grade inflation at Harvard over the years, from The Crimson’s archives.
The Crimson's next Managing Editor will be Nicholas P. Fandos '15, and Joseph R. Botros '15 will head the organization's finances and operations as its next Business Manager.
On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy '40, Flyby presents a special collection of news stories from the archives. Click on the headlines below to see more of The Crimson's coverage of the assassination and its aftermath, in Dallas and D.C., and at Harvard.