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New Title IX Regulations May Reshape Harvard’s Handling of Sexual Misconduct

Massachusetts Hall, Fall 2017

The proposal provides a new framework for implementing Title IX, such as allowing colleges to pick which standard of evidence to use in sexual misconduct cases.

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Harvard Beats Yale in 135th Game, 45-27

In front of a sold-out crowd at Fenway Park, Harvard ended a two year skid against Yale, claiming victory in The Game with a record-breaking offensive performance.

Harvard Students Celebrate 135th Game Victory — Less So The Venue

Harvard Yale Crowd

Harvard's commanding 45-27 victory over Yale in the 135th iteration of The Game delighted College students who had witnessed back-to-back losses to Harvard's New Haven rival the past two years.

Harvard Converting Fourth Floor of Lamont Library Into Creative Writing Space

Construction on Lamont

The fourth floor of Lamont Library is currently halfway through renovations and is on-track to reopen by the start of the spring 2019 term.

Ben Abercrombie Returns to Harvard for The Game

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For the first time since the fall of 2017, Ben Abercrombie has returned to Harvard’s campus. The defensive back, who suffered a career-ending injury in his first collegiate game, took in the 135th playing of The Game at Fenway Park.

Harvard Senior Becomes First DACA Recipient to Win Rhodes Scholarship

Rhodes Winners 2019

Two Harvard seniors — Brittany N. Ellis '19 and Jin K. Park '18-'19 — have won the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Park is the first-ever beneficiary of DACA to become a Rhodes scholar.

UC Allocates Wintersession Funds, Retain Full Control Over Eligibility

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The UC voted to allocate $15,000 to student programming during Wintersession — the period marking the last 10 days of winter break — at its meeting Sunday.

Harvard Beats Yale in 135th Game, 45-27

In front of a sold-out crowd at Fenway Park, Harvard ended a two year skid against Yale, claiming victory in The Game with a record-breaking offensive performance.

Ben Abercrombie Returns to Harvard for The Game

Back on the Sideline

For the first time since the fall of 2017, Ben Abercrombie has returned to Harvard’s campus. The defensive back, who suffered a career-ending injury in his first collegiate game, took in the 135th playing of The Game at Fenway Park.

Harvard Senior Becomes First DACA Recipient to Win Rhodes Scholarship

Rhodes Winners 2019

Two Harvard seniors — Brittany N. Ellis '19 and Jin K. Park '18-'19 — have won the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Park is the first-ever beneficiary of DACA to become a Rhodes scholar.

Harvard Renovating Schlesinger Library To Increase Use of Collections

Harvard is renovating its Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute in an effort to drive increased engagement with the library's extensive collection of documents vital to the history of women in America.

Harvard Extends Application Deadlines for Students Affected by California Wildfires

As California faces the deadliest wildfires the state has ever seen, the Harvard admissions office announced Wednesday it will offer extensions on application deadlines for high schoolers, teachers, and counselors affected by the disasters.

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Harvard Is Committed to Inclusion and Nondiscrimination

For those at Harvard who are feeling fearful, or called to act, or both, we want you to know there are resources here.

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Progress After the ‘Profoundly Disturbing’ Incident

In light of the April 13 arrest of a black College student, there is an urgent need for clarification of jurisdictions of and services provided by HUHS and HUPD.

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To Bed, to Wed, to Talk to

I have been told to look out for the Ubers, the Lyfts, the party buses. I have been told that if I study them really hard — look for fractures in confidence, sideways glances, body language that says I am uncomfortable here — I can distinguish the Harvard students from the visitors.

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‘Widows’ is the Definitive Heist Film of 2018

With strong performances, innovative direction, and unflinching social commentary, “Widows” positions itself as the definitive heist film of 2018.​​​​​​​

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‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Manages to Both Scare and Stir Emotions

A classic plot of a family living inside a house filled with ghosts stretched out into 10 hours is risky, but Flanagan and his committed actors have created something thoroughly gripping, terrifying, and equally refreshing.

Dancers Unlearning Decolonizing

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In a rush to reach home this morning, you did not check the newspaper: After nine years, the assassination of a governor and federal minister who dared speak out in her defense, and a back and forth in the courts as well as the streets, Aasia Bibi’s conviction has been overturned by the Supreme Court. Riots are overtaking the nation.

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A Look Back at the Men Who Led Harvard to Beat Yale, 29-29

In The Game of 1968, Frank Champi completed a touchdown pass to Vic Gatto, a play that would set up Harvard's famous 29-29 tie with Yale. But how did those players arrive at that moment, and where did they go once the dust settled on the Crimson's historic comeback?

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Transformative Experience

The Game has a new home for 2018. Dave Mellor, head groundskeeper at Fenway Park, and his staff have spent weeks preparing the ballpark for the gridiron battle between Harvard and Yale.

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The 135th Playing of The Game

Over the last three years, The Game has had Ivy League title implications for either Harvard or Yale. This season, however, all either squad has to play for is pride.

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