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HUHS Overnight Urgent Care to Return to Smith Campus Center

University Health Services

Director of Harvard University Health Services Paul J. Barreira announced that HUHS overnight urgent care services will return to the Smith Campus Center for the fall semester in an email to University affiliates Wednesday.

Bid Day 2018

Harvard’s Last Sorority Disappears as Alpha Phi Buckles to College Pressure, Goes Co-Ed

The Harvard chapter of Alpha Phi said last week it was disaffiliating from its national organization — marking the demise of Harvard’s fourth and final all-female Greek group.

Lululemon Opens Store in Harvard Square — But It Won’t Stay For Long

Lululemon Cambridge

Lululemon lovers can rejoice — briefly. To be precise, they can rejoice between August 3, 2018 and Jan. 6, 2019.

Nohria to Step Down from Tata Board of Directors

HBS at Commencement

Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria will step down from the board of directors of Tata Sons when his term ends next month.

Bacow, Harvard Faculty Sign Letter Opposing Suggested EPA Rule

Lawrence Bacow

University President Lawrence S. Bacow and several Harvard professors spoke out this week against an Environmental Protection Agency rule that proposes making scientific data public, co-signing a public letter that asserts the rule would sow “confusion and chaos.”

Graduate School of Design Selects Architects for Expansion Plans

Gund Hall

The school picked firms Herzog & de Meuron and Beyer Blinder Belle to design the expansion. Plans for the design are projected to be finished in early fall.

Colombian President Steps Out of Office and Into HKS Fellowship

Colombian President Speaks

On the last day of Santos’s eight-year-long presidency, Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf named Santos an Angelopoulos Fellow.

Harvard’s Last Sorority Disappears as Alpha Phi Buckles to College Pressure, Goes Co-Ed

The Harvard chapter of Alpha Phi said last week it was disaffiliating from its national organization — marking the demise of Harvard’s fourth and final all-female Greek group.

Bacow, Harvard Faculty Sign Letter Opposing Suggested EPA Rule

Lawrence Bacow

University President Lawrence S. Bacow and several Harvard professors spoke out this week against an Environmental Protection Agency rule that proposes making scientific data public, co-signing a public letter that asserts the rule would sow “confusion and chaos.”

Graduate School of Design Selects Architects for Expansion Plans

Gund Hall

The school picked firms Herzog & de Meuron and Beyer Blinder Belle to design the expansion. Plans for the design are projected to be finished in early fall.

Harvard Square Icon J. Press to Close Cambridge Store

Historic men’s clothing boutique J. Press — a Harvard Square fixture for 86 years — is closing its Mt. Auburn St. store at the end of August, citing increasing rents in the past several years.

Ex-Members of Shuttered Sorority Delta Gamma Launch Co-Ed Club ‘Kali Praxi’

KP affiliate Basia Rosenbaum ’18 wrote in an email that the new group is “distinct” from the old sorority chapter.

OPINION

Columns

Who Can Be ‘Racist’?

Consider the recent controversy involving Sarah Jeong, whose colorful tweets against white people were dug up after the New York Times’ editorial board hired her.

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ARTS

Gemma Chan

'Crazy Rich Asians' Stars on How the Film 'Transcends Race'

"‘Oh, are they good Asians or bad Asians?’ How about, are we good filmmakers or bad filmmakers? Good actors or bad actors?” Claire N. Park sits down with cast and crew of Crazy Rich Asians.

Carly Rae Jepsen

Outside Lands 2018 Friday Sound Bites: Carly Rae Jepsen, The Mountain Goats, and More

From Perfume Genius to Carly Rae Jepsen, some of the biggest names in music graced San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

Baby Teeth Cover

'Baby Teeth' Has Some Growing To Do

Though at times chilling, “Baby Teeth” could have been so much more.

SPORTS

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Well-Represented at NHL Development Camps

Here’s a look inside the Development Camp stories and takeaways of one member from each class on the 2018-2019 roster.

Fencing

Dershwitz Becomes World's Top-Ranked Men's Saber Fencer

In the bustling Southern Chinese city of Wuxi, over 7,000 miles away from Cambridge, Mass., senior co-captain Eli Dershwitz became the No.1-ranked men's saber fencer in the world.

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