‘Another Great Time’: Cambridge Hosts 24th Annual City Dance Party

Hundreds of Cantabrigians braved the heat and turned out for the 24th annual City Dance Party in Central Square last Friday night.

MBTA to Launch Tap to Pay Card Readers in August

Contactless payments will be accepted on all buses, trollies, and gated subway stations beginning Aug. 1, the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority announced Tuesday.

Harvard Reverses Decision to Suspend 5 Pro-Palestine Protesters Following Faculty Council Appeal

The Harvard College Administrative Board reversed its decision to suspend five students for their participation in the pro-Palestine encampment after the Faculty Council weighed in on the disciplinary cases.





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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.


‘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.

Artist Profile: Tayseer Abu Odeh on the Need for Poetry in Exile

Tayseer Abu Odeh emphasizes the importance of writing with conscience not just in his own work, but for writers and thinkers everywhere.

‘What It Is’ Review: Harnessing Images for Creativity

Lynda Barry’s “What It Is” is not just a creative scrapbook but an experience full of thought-provoking questions, doodles, and writing.


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.


‘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.

Artist Profile: Tayseer Abu Odeh on the Need for Poetry in Exile

Tayseer Abu Odeh emphasizes the importance of writing with conscience not just in his own work, but for writers and thinkers everywhere.

‘What It Is’ Review: Harnessing Images for Creativity

Lynda Barry’s “What It Is” is not just a creative scrapbook but an experience full of thought-provoking questions, doodles, and writing.



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.