The Office of Career Services is still helping students pursue jobs in finance and consulting despite the economic downturn.
As I ventured through the maze of music, drag queens, and flying candy that is the freshman activities fair, the
It started slowly. In March, I got a concerned phone call from my mother, who had just received the schedule
Anne Michael Langguth ’09, left, and Caroline C. Pierce ’09, center, talk with Cleo D. Leung ’08 about the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra at the Freshman Activities Fair in Tercentenary Theatre on Monday.
Students ate in the spiffed-up Mather House dining hall yesterday as it reopened after summer renovations. The Dunster House dining hall was renovated as well, along with the kitchen shared by the two Houses.
University President Lawrence H. Summers sits back for a lighter moment during an interview with the Crimson in June. In his resignation letter, Harper criticized Summers for past comments on women and minorities.
Beyond the ivy-covered gates of Harvard lurks the “Real World,” where most of us will one day end up. Even
Former Harvard quarterback and captain Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 steps back to pass in Harvard’s 34-24 win over Cornell at Harvard Stadium, Oct. 9, 2004. Fitzpatrick was signed by the St. Louis Rams to a three-year deal on Tuesday.