Quad Students Struggle With Grab-and-Go Dining

Quad students residing in Pforzheimer, Currier, and Cabot Houses reported difficulties finding places to eat between classes after Harvard’s dining halls began offering exclusively grab-and-go meals.

Brattle Square Florist Returns to its Roots Under Ownership of Original Family

Days away from its scheduled Jan. 31 closure, Brattle Square Florist announced it will remain open with longtime store manager Stephen Zedros — a member of the Gomatos family who founded the shop — as the new owner.

Massachusetts Gubernatorial Race Heats Up as Attorney General Maura Healey ’92 Enters Field

The race for Massachusetts governor intensified last week as Attorney General Maura T. Healey ’92 announced her candidacy, emerging quickly as a front runner.




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I tell myself it wasn’t rape

I tell myself it wasn’t rape if I liked him. I never found him physically attractive, but there was just something about him — or about the way he made me feel — beautiful and desirable. I think part of me must have liked that.

Editors' Note

For our final issue, we chose to write about 15 places, a break from this magazine’s history of publishing end-of-year issues about 15 people. As we understand it, a place constitutes any physical space in the vicinity of Harvard, from the Weeks Bridge, to Appleton Chapel, to the Yard itself. These are spaces we inhabit and traverse, in which we cry and laugh, create and demolish — alone but also, especially after the past year, together.






From Sundance: ‘Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul’ Worth Pulling Over For

Writer and director Adamma Ebo’s bleak, biting satire is a kinetic and often riotous critique of the socioeconomic rituals and artifices surrounding organized religion.

From Sundance: A Poignant, Sex-Positive Actor’s Showcase in “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande”

The delicate, heartfelt film is steadfastly clear-eyed in its message and empathetic in its exploration of sexual self-empowerment at all ages.

From Sundance: 'Am I OK?' is a Delightful Queer Coming-of-Age-ish Dramedy

Three big queer cheers for “Am I Ok?”, a poignant coming-of-age-ish dramedy that knows its wheelhouse, commits to form, and hits all the right beats.

From Sundance: ‘Nanny’ Exposes the Dark Side of the American Dream

With powerful performances at the forefront of this colorful, dreamlike psychological thriller, Jusu offers a stirring elucidation of the dark realities of the American dream.


Crimson Swashbucklers Buckle Down to Earn Even Records at St. John's Invitational

Over the weekend, the Crimson men's and women's fencing teams faced off against some of the top-ranked teams in the country. Both Harvard teams managed to hold their own in such high-caliber competitions, with each emerging from the weekend with two wins and two losses.

Harvard Men's Tennis Falls to No. 6 Virginia on Sunday

Coming off two straight statement victories against the likes of Boston College and Georgetown, with a clean sweep across the board in both singles and doubles play resulting in final scores of 7-0 in each competition, No. 24 Men’s Tennis capped off it’s third match of January with a hard-fought 6-1 loss to No. 6 Virginia. The Crimson dropped five out of six matches in singles play. Senior captain Brian Shi recorded the lone victory in a back-and-forth, three-set match against Virginia’s Bar Botzer, winning 5-7, 7-5, 6-3.

Men’s Hockey Shut Out by RPI in Tuesday Night Game

On Tuesday night, the Harvard Men’s Hockey team was taken down by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Engineers 2-0. The game was originally meant to be played on January 7th but was rescheduled due to Covid-19 health and safety protocols.

Men’s Basketball Goes 2-2 to Start off Conference Schedule

On March 7, 2020, following a dominant victory against Yale, the Crimson were looking forward to the Ivy League tournament and the possibility of securing a conference title on their home court. Little did anyone know, that would be the last Ivy League game Harvard would play for over twenty months. Following a two-year hiatus, the Crimson have finally had the chance to compete against its Ancient Eight foes.


From Sundance: ‘Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul’ Worth Pulling Over For

Writer and director Adamma Ebo’s bleak, biting satire is a kinetic and often riotous critique of the socioeconomic rituals and artifices surrounding organized religion.

From Sundance: A Poignant, Sex-Positive Actor’s Showcase in “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande”

The delicate, heartfelt film is steadfastly clear-eyed in its message and empathetic in its exploration of sexual self-empowerment at all ages.

From Sundance: 'Am I OK?' is a Delightful Queer Coming-of-Age-ish Dramedy

Three big queer cheers for “Am I Ok?”, a poignant coming-of-age-ish dramedy that knows its wheelhouse, commits to form, and hits all the right beats.

From Sundance: ‘Nanny’ Exposes the Dark Side of the American Dream

With powerful performances at the forefront of this colorful, dreamlike psychological thriller, Jusu offers a stirring elucidation of the dark realities of the American dream.


Crimson Swashbucklers Buckle Down to Earn Even Records at St. John's Invitational

Over the weekend, the Crimson men's and women's fencing teams faced off against some of the top-ranked teams in the country. Both Harvard teams managed to hold their own in such high-caliber competitions, with each emerging from the weekend with two wins and two losses.

Harvard Men's Tennis Falls to No. 6 Virginia on Sunday

Coming off two straight statement victories against the likes of Boston College and Georgetown, with a clean sweep across the board in both singles and doubles play resulting in final scores of 7-0 in each competition, No. 24 Men’s Tennis capped off it’s third match of January with a hard-fought 6-1 loss to No. 6 Virginia. The Crimson dropped five out of six matches in singles play. Senior captain Brian Shi recorded the lone victory in a back-and-forth, three-set match against Virginia’s Bar Botzer, winning 5-7, 7-5, 6-3.

Men’s Hockey Shut Out by RPI in Tuesday Night Game

On Tuesday night, the Harvard Men’s Hockey team was taken down by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Engineers 2-0. The game was originally meant to be played on January 7th but was rescheduled due to Covid-19 health and safety protocols.

Men’s Basketball Goes 2-2 to Start off Conference Schedule

On March 7, 2020, following a dominant victory against Yale, the Crimson were looking forward to the Ivy League tournament and the possibility of securing a conference title on their home court. Little did anyone know, that would be the last Ivy League game Harvard would play for over twenty months. Following a two-year hiatus, the Crimson have finally had the chance to compete against its Ancient Eight foes.