‘A Quick Scroll’: Datamatch Results Bring Free Food and Friendship

The morning of Valentine’s Day, 4,120 Harvard students woke up to a list of up to ten compatible profiles on Datamatch.

After Unionization, Harvard Undergrads are Preparing to Bargain

Following a successful vote to unionize last October, Harvard’s Undergraduate Workers Union-UAW has begun preparing for negotiations.

Despite Rumors, Freshmen Swipe Access to Remain Restricted for River Run

Swipe access will remain unchanged for freshmen during “River Run” even as the First Year Experience and First Year Social Committee Offices will provide food trucks, a snack bar, and games at the Malkin Athletic Center to mark the informal college tradition.





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‘And Then The Politics Came Into It’: Evolving Jewish Community Spaces at Harvard

While political tensions are pervasive to many, and dictate the actions of some, many Jewish students have remained united by the recognition of a common identity with some of those they disagree with, and an aspiration for mutual understanding.

To Pay Attention

I never thought I loved Chico. But that December day as I lay curled up in my childhood bed watching the interaction between Christine and Sister Joan on my iPad, I realized that I had paid attention to it. And if I really hated it, why did I spend so much time telling other people about it?

Hacking Harvard Bridge with Oliver R. Smoot

As a pledge, the fraternity made Smoot lay down on the bridge over 300 times, painting ticks at each smoot. Almost 70 years later, the Smoot markings remain, allowing pedestrians to measure their journey in “smoots.” According to a sign on the bridge, Cambridge and Boston are exactly 364.4 smoots apart.




Ramsden Sets Ivy League Indoor Mile Record; Will Race For New Zealand at the 2024 World Indoor Championships

Senior distance runner Maia Ramsden made history last Sunday at the 116th Millrose Games, while competing against an esteemed field of professional runners in the women’s indoor mile. Ramsden posted a record-breaking time of 4:24.83, narrowly beating a ten-year-old Ivy League record held by Dartmouth runner Abbey D’Agostino


‘But Is There Spice?’ TikTok’s Obsession with Literary Pornography

TikTok is changing the way books are written and sold, marked by an increased reliance on sexually explicit content to hook readers.

‘Don’t Forget Me’ Single Review: Love and Longing for Youth

“Don’t Forget Me” is a journey of healing and acceptance, with Rogers leading the way.

‘The Interrobangers’ Review: The Mystery of the Plot Underwhelms

The plot attempts to leave watchers puzzled, but perhaps takes a step too far by leaving them asking: What is happening?

‘Lonely Dancers’ Single Review: Conan Gray Discovers 1980s Synth-Pop

This song works for a quick, lonely dance, but after repetition it becomes annoying.


Ramsden Sets Ivy League Indoor Mile Record; Will Race For New Zealand at the 2024 World Indoor Championships

Senior distance runner Maia Ramsden made history last Sunday at the 116th Millrose Games, while competing against an esteemed field of professional runners in the women’s indoor mile. Ramsden posted a record-breaking time of 4:24.83, narrowly beating a ten-year-old Ivy League record held by Dartmouth runner Abbey D’Agostino

Eyeing Late-Season Run, Harvard Gears Up for ECAC and NCAA Playoffs

At a now-or-never point in the season, Harvard men’s ice hockey (5-16-4, 5-9-4 ECAC) must strive for near-perfect play. It came close to perfection this past weekend, notching a one-goal win over St. Lawrence but falling to Clarkson by the same margin. Except for a blowout loss to No. 1-ranked Boston College in the consolation round of the Beanpot last week, Harvard has kept it close against ranked teams over the past month.

Women's Lacrosse Topples Colgate 21-6

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team charged into the 2024 season with an emphatic 21-6 victory over the Colgate Raiders. The win on Jordan field was quarterbacked by last season’s leading scorer, senior attacker Callie Hem. The attacker posted an astounding seven goal, career high, game.

Women’s Basketball Splits Home Matchups vs. N.Y. Rivals

Coming off back-to-back wins, Harvard women’s basketball (14-9, 7-3 Ivy) looked to continue its winning ways, playing host to a pair of New York rivals in Cornell (7-15, 1-9) and Columbia (18-5, 9-1). However, this weekend’s homestand ended with the same result as two weeks earlier, a 74-51 thrashing of the Big Red followed by an excruciating 71-63 defeat to the Lions.


‘But Is There Spice?’ TikTok’s Obsession with Literary Pornography

TikTok is changing the way books are written and sold, marked by an increased reliance on sexually explicit content to hook readers.

‘Don’t Forget Me’ Single Review: Love and Longing for Youth

“Don’t Forget Me” is a journey of healing and acceptance, with Rogers leading the way.

‘The Interrobangers’ Review: The Mystery of the Plot Underwhelms

The plot attempts to leave watchers puzzled, but perhaps takes a step too far by leaving them asking: What is happening?

‘Lonely Dancers’ Single Review: Conan Gray Discovers 1980s Synth-Pop

This song works for a quick, lonely dance, but after repetition it becomes annoying.



Ramsden Sets Ivy League Indoor Mile Record; Will Race For New Zealand at the 2024 World Indoor Championships

Senior distance runner Maia Ramsden made history last Sunday at the 116th Millrose Games, while competing against an esteemed field of professional runners in the women’s indoor mile. Ramsden posted a record-breaking time of 4:24.83, narrowly beating a ten-year-old Ivy League record held by Dartmouth runner Abbey D’Agostino

Eyeing Late-Season Run, Harvard Gears Up for ECAC and NCAA Playoffs

At a now-or-never point in the season, Harvard men’s ice hockey (5-16-4, 5-9-4 ECAC) must strive for near-perfect play. It came close to perfection this past weekend, notching a one-goal win over St. Lawrence but falling to Clarkson by the same margin. Except for a blowout loss to No. 1-ranked Boston College in the consolation round of the Beanpot last week, Harvard has kept it close against ranked teams over the past month.

Women's Lacrosse Topples Colgate 21-6

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team charged into the 2024 season with an emphatic 21-6 victory over the Colgate Raiders. The win on Jordan field was quarterbacked by last season’s leading scorer, senior attacker Callie Hem. The attacker posted an astounding seven goal, career high, game.

Women’s Basketball Splits Home Matchups vs. N.Y. Rivals

Coming off back-to-back wins, Harvard women’s basketball (14-9, 7-3 Ivy) looked to continue its winning ways, playing host to a pair of New York rivals in Cornell (7-15, 1-9) and Columbia (18-5, 9-1). However, this weekend’s homestand ended with the same result as two weeks earlier, a 74-51 thrashing of the Big Red followed by an excruciating 71-63 defeat to the Lions.