13 Harvard Students and Alumni Set to Compete for Team USA in the Paris Olympics

Thirteen Harvard students and alumni will represent the United States at the 2024 Paris Olympics beginning next week, the most athletes Harvard has sent to the Summer Olympics since 1992.

Department of Education Ends Harvard Antisemitism Investigation

The Department of Education ended its investigation into allegations of antisemitic harassment at Harvard.

Kestenbaum Endorses Trump Plan to Deport Foreign Pro-Palestine Protesters in RNC Speech

Shabbos “Alexander” Kestenbaum, denounced “antisemitic bigotry” at Harvard and endorsed former President Donald Trump’s plan to deport foreign college students who participate in pro-Palestine protests during a speech at the RNC Wednesday night.





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‘Hyped Just About Right’: How the AI Boom is Reshaping Research at Harvard

As ChatGPT took the world by storm, many raised concerns about how it might help students cheat themselves out of learning. But a year and a half later, AI is changing the work of professors perhaps even more.

The Academic Policing of Academics on Policing

In 2022, professors Christopher Lewis and Adaner Usmani argued that to reduce violent crime, the U.S. needs to drastically shorten its prison sentences — and increase its police force by half a million officers. Their ideas soon become a flashpoint of online discourse.




Parting Shot: The Future of Sports is Female

In September 2019, I walked into 14 Plympton Street for my first-ever meeting with the Sports Board. As the former sports editor of my high school paper and an ex-high school athlete looking for an outlet, I hoped that Crimson Sports would become a place I could call home.


Artist Profile: Josh Scherer’s Last Meal Will Be a Carne Asada Burrito

After an hour discussing food with Scherer, it became abundantly clear that the chef's fixation was never about the actual consumption of food.

Artist Profile: Caron S. Kim ’24 on Asian Visibility and Art’s Accessibility

Taking open pride in her FGLI background, Kim challenged the “unspoken pact” that prior experience is required to participate in the arts at Harvard.

‘Clancy’ Review: Twenty One Pilots Successfully Cap Off a Decade-Long Narrative

All good things must come to an end, and “Clancy” proves that letting go, despite feeling bittersweet, can sometimes be for the best.

Concert Review: Hozier Enchants Saratoga Springs

Hozier’s show at the iconic venue was a testament to his ability to enchant audiences of thousands with music alone.


Parting Shot: The Future of Sports is Female

In September 2019, I walked into 14 Plympton Street for my first-ever meeting with the Sports Board. As the former sports editor of my high school paper and an ex-high school athlete looking for an outlet, I hoped that Crimson Sports would become a place I could call home.

Tennis Phenom Cooper Williams to Transfer to Duke

Star Harvard tennis player Cooper Williams, who went 14-9 in his first year in Cambridge and reached the round of 16 at the NCAA singles championships, will transfer to Duke next season, per an announcement on the Duke Athletics Instagram.

Competing Equally at Last: 50 Years of the Harvard-Radcliffe Athletics Merger

Harvard University and Radcliffe College merged in 1974 in a decision that came on the heels of the passage of Title IX and carried major implications for the future of athletics at Harvard.

Parting Shot: The State of the Crimson

My friend Alexandra would greet me with the same question every single day throughout my sophomore fall. “What’s the state of The Crimson?” Two and a half years later, I finally have an answer for her.


Artist Profile: Josh Scherer’s Last Meal Will Be a Carne Asada Burrito

After an hour discussing food with Scherer, it became abundantly clear that the chef's fixation was never about the actual consumption of food.

Artist Profile: Caron S. Kim ’24 on Asian Visibility and Art’s Accessibility

Taking open pride in her FGLI background, Kim challenged the “unspoken pact” that prior experience is required to participate in the arts at Harvard.

‘Clancy’ Review: Twenty One Pilots Successfully Cap Off a Decade-Long Narrative

All good things must come to an end, and “Clancy” proves that letting go, despite feeling bittersweet, can sometimes be for the best.

Concert Review: Hozier Enchants Saratoga Springs

Hozier’s show at the iconic venue was a testament to his ability to enchant audiences of thousands with music alone.



Parting Shot: The Future of Sports is Female

In September 2019, I walked into 14 Plympton Street for my first-ever meeting with the Sports Board. As the former sports editor of my high school paper and an ex-high school athlete looking for an outlet, I hoped that Crimson Sports would become a place I could call home.

Tennis Phenom Cooper Williams to Transfer to Duke

Star Harvard tennis player Cooper Williams, who went 14-9 in his first year in Cambridge and reached the round of 16 at the NCAA singles championships, will transfer to Duke next season, per an announcement on the Duke Athletics Instagram.

Competing Equally at Last: 50 Years of the Harvard-Radcliffe Athletics Merger

Harvard University and Radcliffe College merged in 1974 in a decision that came on the heels of the passage of Title IX and carried major implications for the future of athletics at Harvard.

Parting Shot: The State of the Crimson

My friend Alexandra would greet me with the same question every single day throughout my sophomore fall. “What’s the state of The Crimson?” Two and a half years later, I finally have an answer for her.