Ahead of Demolition, One Last Hurrah for the Harvard Square Pit at Pit-A-Palooza

Harvard Square’s Pit — the slightly submerged area located behind the T station entrance — is set to be demolished in July, but for one last time on Saturday, it was transformed into a circle pit.

After Roe Dismantled, Harvard Experts Condemn, Defend Landmark Decision

The Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to abortion in a landmark ruling, abandoning the nearly 50-year-old precedent established in Roe v. Wade Friday. Here’s what Harvard experts had to say.

Following Sexual Harassment Allegations, Comaroff Returns to Teaching at Harvard, Sparking Outrage

After being placed on two years of administrative leave due to allegations of sexual harassment and retaliation, Harvard professor John L. Comaroff will return to the classroom to teach an elective course this fall, reigniting a wave of campus and national outrage.




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Therapize Me?

What would accessible, meaningful, comprehensive mental health care at Harvard entail? How can our existing services be used in concert to provide a more tailored safety net for students? And what responsibility does the University have in providing this network of care?

The Patron Saint of The Harvard Crimson

Fabian Fall’s bronze bust overlooks the Sanctum, the large, wood-paneled room on the second floor of The Crimson. It’s the only such figure in the room. The plaque underneath makes no mention of the fact that he took his own life.




Stealing the Show: Mitchell Gibson and Matthew Coronato, Male Performance of the Year

Junior goalkeeper Mitchell Gibson and first-year forward Matthew Coronato had a stellar dual performance in the ECAC Championship. Between Gibson's career-high 47 saves and Coronato's game-winning goal in overtime, the duo led the Crimson to victory.


Ashe Concert Review: 90-Minutes of Catharsis for the Broken Hearted

Despite the constant thread of heartbreak in Ashe's discography, the show was far from a pity party.

Jacob Collier Concert Review: Rising Star Connects With His Audience In Boston

Collier's concerts are not just about showing off his wide-ranging talents, but about fostering meaningful engagement with his audience.

From Boston Calling: Charlotte Sands is A Rising Pop Punk Superstar

Unfazed by the many roadblocks she faced on her way to the show, Sands opened up day two of Boston Calling with an electrifying set, showing off her stellar vocals and snappy songwriting.

From Governors Ball 2022: Friday Sound Bites

The Crimson sent two reporters, Alisa Regassa and Derrick Ochiaga, to cover the event. These are a few performances that stood out on the opening day of the three day festival.


Stealing the Show: Mitchell Gibson and Matthew Coronato, Male Performance of the Year

Junior goalkeeper Mitchell Gibson and first-year forward Matthew Coronato had a stellar dual performance in the ECAC Championship. Between Gibson's career-high 47 saves and Coronato's game-winning goal in overtime, the duo led the Crimson to victory.

Game-Winner Secures Beanpot Title: Becca Gilmore, Female Performance of the Year

Senior forward Becca Gilmore had a stunning performance in this year's Beanpot Tournament. In a match that will surely go into the history books as one of the most intense and competitive played in the Beanpot, Gilmore scored the game-winning goal after a 4-4 stalemate in the final period.

Women's Water Polo Returns with Championship Appearance

“We did things that I don’t think anyone thought we would be able to do when we first started this journey in the fall, except for our group."

Von der Schulenburg Finishes 2021-2022 Season an All-American, the First on the Team Since 2014

For most students, the end of May typically brings a feeling of accomplishment and relaxation, as most students have finished their finals and gone their separate ways for the summer. But for No. 38 nationally-ranked sophomore Henry von der Schulenburg, the end of May, and specifically this past week, was nothing short of exhilarating. After his No.14, and The Harvard Crimson’s 2021-2022 Team of the Year, squad fell in the second round of the Division I Men’s Tennis NCAA team tournament to No. 18 Stanford, von der Schulenburg traveled with No. 60 junior teammate Harry Walker to Champaign, Illinois to compete in the NCAA singles tournament. Von der Schulenburg and Walker led the way for Harvard this past year in the first two positions, and finished with 27-9 and 20-4 singles records, respectively. They were subsequently rewarded with tickets punched to the singles tournament and an opportunity to cement their spots among the best collegiate tennis players in the nation.


Ashe Concert Review: 90-Minutes of Catharsis for the Broken Hearted

Despite the constant thread of heartbreak in Ashe's discography, the show was far from a pity party.

Jacob Collier Concert Review: Rising Star Connects With His Audience In Boston

Collier's concerts are not just about showing off his wide-ranging talents, but about fostering meaningful engagement with his audience.

From Boston Calling: Charlotte Sands is A Rising Pop Punk Superstar

Unfazed by the many roadblocks she faced on her way to the show, Sands opened up day two of Boston Calling with an electrifying set, showing off her stellar vocals and snappy songwriting.

From Governors Ball 2022: Friday Sound Bites

The Crimson sent two reporters, Alisa Regassa and Derrick Ochiaga, to cover the event. These are a few performances that stood out on the opening day of the three day festival.


Stealing the Show: Mitchell Gibson and Matthew Coronato, Male Performance of the Year

Junior goalkeeper Mitchell Gibson and first-year forward Matthew Coronato had a stellar dual performance in the ECAC Championship. Between Gibson's career-high 47 saves and Coronato's game-winning goal in overtime, the duo led the Crimson to victory.

Game-Winner Secures Beanpot Title: Becca Gilmore, Female Performance of the Year

Senior forward Becca Gilmore had a stunning performance in this year's Beanpot Tournament. In a match that will surely go into the history books as one of the most intense and competitive played in the Beanpot, Gilmore scored the game-winning goal after a 4-4 stalemate in the final period.

Women's Water Polo Returns with Championship Appearance

“We did things that I don’t think anyone thought we would be able to do when we first started this journey in the fall, except for our group."

Von der Schulenburg Finishes 2021-2022 Season an All-American, the First on the Team Since 2014

For most students, the end of May typically brings a feeling of accomplishment and relaxation, as most students have finished their finals and gone their separate ways for the summer. But for No. 38 nationally-ranked sophomore Henry von der Schulenburg, the end of May, and specifically this past week, was nothing short of exhilarating. After his No.14, and The Harvard Crimson’s 2021-2022 Team of the Year, squad fell in the second round of the Division I Men’s Tennis NCAA team tournament to No. 18 Stanford, von der Schulenburg traveled with No. 60 junior teammate Harry Walker to Champaign, Illinois to compete in the NCAA singles tournament. Von der Schulenburg and Walker led the way for Harvard this past year in the first two positions, and finished with 27-9 and 20-4 singles records, respectively. They were subsequently rewarded with tickets punched to the singles tournament and an opportunity to cement their spots among the best collegiate tennis players in the nation.