Harvard University Health Services ‘Closely Monitoring’ Global Coronavirus Outbreak

As cases of a deadly coronavirus increase globally, HUHS Director Giang T. Nguyen said his office is monitoring the outbreak and planning for its potential impact.

Harvard Management Company Invests in Avocados, Sells Other Natural Resource Assets

The Harvard Management Company adjusted its natural resource portfolio this week by purchasing a minority stake in produce company Westfalia Fruit International and selling its investments in two Australian farms.

Opinion

Whiteness Without the Privilege

Perhaps the 2030 Census will give Arab Americans minority status through a distinct Census classification without fear of surveillance, but instead with pride in their heritage.

Opt Out

Harvard students are great at solving optimization problems — the hard part is knowing what to optimize for.

The Alimentary Rules of Building a Cookbook Collection

Though many initially disputed the cookbook collection’s academic merits, it now seems emblematic of the way the academy has changed in recent decades; it is a testament to many fields’ fights for legitimacy.

Arts

Sports

No. 16 Men's Hockey Skates to Draw at Colgate

The Crimson's powerplay chipped in on two of the team's goals, allowing it to notch the score with the Raiders.

No. 18 Men's Hockey Trounces Yale, 7-0, at Madison Square Garden

The Crimson came away with a decisive victory on a grand stage — one which it hopes will revitalize its season as the second half of the campaign begins.

No. 16 Men's Hockey Earns Split Against St. Lawrence, Clarkson

The Crimson's powerplay helped it to victory against the Saints, but the Golden Knights' own offensive prowess cost Harvard the next night.