Harvard Law School Holds Lecture on Police Abolition

Brooklyn College Professor Alex S. Vitale spoke to students at Harvard Law School on Thursday about the potential benefits of ending America’s police force.

SEAS Move Will Benefit Athletes by Shifting College’s Center of Gravity, Scalise Says

Harvard Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise said he welcomes the new opportunities for student-athletes that will come when the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences joins the Athletics Department on the other side of the Charles river, completing its imminent move to Allston.

Opinion

My Personal Restatement

There are dangers to sharing our most personal narratives but there is also immense value. All we can do is be patient, be kind, and offer up each day to one another as a blank page — an opportunity for re-statement.

Life, Liberty, and Basic Income

A universal basic income can eliminate poverty entirely by giving people the ability to acquire their basic necessities and ensure the right to life for all Americans.

Opinion

My Personal Restatement

There are dangers to sharing our most personal narratives but there is also immense value. All we can do is be patient, be kind, and offer up each day to one another as a blank page — an opportunity for re-statement.

Life, Liberty, and Basic Income

A universal basic income can eliminate poverty entirely by giving people the ability to acquire their basic necessities and ensure the right to life for all Americans.

Waves of Asian America

It is a trope in popular and academic writing alike to say that the absence of a precise definition of “Asian America” is what binds the identity together — that Asian Americans lack not only a literal common language, but also a common “language” in terms of a unifying ideology through which we can better understand each other.

Arts

Sports

PREVIEW: Men's Hockey Will Honor Seniors, Fight for ECAC Bye in Final Regular-Season Weekend

The Crimson hosts Rensselaer on Friday in a battle for a first-round bye in the ECAC playoffs. On Saturday, the team will entertain Union for senior night.

Notebook: Men's Basketball Earns Mid-Atlantic Sweep To Close in on Ivy Tournament Berth

Harvard held serve at home, edging Princeton and then Penn in tight games to avenge losses at the stadiums of the southernmost Ancient Eight schools and improve to 7-3 in league play, two games ahead of the fifth-best Quakers. Here are some takeaways from a crucial home sweep.

‘Tis the Ski-son: A Year in Review

The lack of snow in Cambridge this year has not stopped the Harvard Alpine and Nordic ski teams from having a historic season. Last week, the ski team concluded its regular season by placing 10th out of 26 teams at the Williams Carnival.