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Harvard Suggests Clarifying Policies, Changing Yardfest in Final Report On Arrest of Black Student

BSOC Protest One

The report calls for clarification of emergency response policies, expansion of HUHS counseling, and changes to Yardfest, among other recommendations.

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Bacow Met With U.S. Treasury Representative to Discuss Endowment Tax Guidance

Bacow recently met with an official from the Treasury Department, which is responsible for developing regulations for the new endowment tax.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Judges Moot Court Competition at Harvard Law School

Ames Final Round Watch

The competition, founded in 1911, tests law students’ skills in appellate brief writing and advocacy. Tuesday night marked the second time Sotomayor judged the contest.

Harvard Wins Harvard-Yale Votes Challenge

Graham & Parks Voting

“Our victory over Yale is a good omen for both democracy and for The Game on Saturday,” said Theodore “Teddy” N. Landis ’20, who co-founded the Harvard Votes Challenge.

Guillaume to Lead The Crimson’s 146th Guard

President of the 146th Guard

Kristine E. Guillaume ’20 will lead the newly elected 146th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the organization’s President announced on Monday. Guillaume is the first black woman to serve as President in The Crimson's 145-year history.

IOP Elects First All-Female Executive Board in More than a Decade

The IOP's New Student Leaders

Newly elected Vice President Maya Jenkins '21, said the all-female team will show "other female students, other students who don't identify as male that the IOP is a place where we all deserve to have leadership positions."

Harvard Scientists Suggest Interstellar Object Could be Sent by Aliens

Avi Loeb

‘Oumuamua — which Loeb said means “a visitor from a great distance” in Hawaiian — was first discovered in October 2017 by a telescope in Hawaii.

Bacow Met With U.S. Treasury Representative to Discuss Endowment Tax Guidance

Bacow recently met with an official from the Treasury Department, which is responsible for developing regulations for the new endowment tax.

Guillaume to Lead The Crimson’s 146th Guard

President of the 146th Guard

Kristine E. Guillaume ’20 will lead the newly elected 146th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the organization’s President announced on Monday. Guillaume is the first black woman to serve as President in The Crimson's 145-year history.

IOP Elects First All-Female Executive Board in More than a Decade

The IOP's New Student Leaders

Newly elected Vice President Maya Jenkins '21, said the all-female team will show "other female students, other students who don't identify as male that the IOP is a place where we all deserve to have leadership positions."

Meet the 2018 UC Candidates

Three tickets are running to serve as Undergraduate Council President and Vice President in 2019 — Nadine M. Khoury ’20 and Arnav Agrawal ’20, Daniel “Danny” K. Ragheb ’20 and Samyra C. Miller ’21, and Sruthi Palaniappan ’20 and Julia M. Huesa ’20. Read up on who they are and what they believe.

Data Could Decide the Harvard Admissions Trial. Here’s How and Why

The trial and lawsuit unleashed mountains of classified Harvard admissions data. Both the University and SFFA employed statistical experts to analyze the data and testify about their results in court. So, who’s right?

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Editorials

In Support of the Palaniappan-Huesa Ticket

The ticket's emphasis on communication promises to make the greatest impact on the undergraduate body next year.

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Un-Democracy

It’s not a democratic system if everyone’s vote and voice is not equally weighted. It’s time to change our system in favor of a system where each vote matters.

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Ted

Ted Judge Will Keep in Touch

For more than 40 years, Ted — who lives with cerebral palsy — has worked with a series of Harvard student helpers, forging friendships that last decades. The string of volunteers form a precarious chain that could come undone at any moment.

Left Out of the System
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ARTS

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‘The Haunting of Hill House’ Manages to Both Scare and Stir Emotions

A classic plot of a family living inside a house filled with ghosts stretched out into 10 hours is risky, but Flanagan and his committed actors have created something thoroughly gripping, terrifying, and equally refreshing.

Dancers Unlearning Decolonizing

Kahn | Khan

In a rush to reach home this morning, you did not check the newspaper: After nine years, the assassination of a governor and federal minister who dared speak out in her defense, and a back and forth in the courts as well as the streets, Aasia Bibi’s conviction has been overturned by the Supreme Court. Riots are overtaking the nation.

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In Photos: Twenty One Pilots Concert

On October 27, the musical act performed in the TD Garden while promoting their fifth LP, Trench, on their “Bandito” tour.

SPORTS

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Wins Late-Game Thriller Over UMass

In a thrilling back-and-forth battle that was decided by one possession for the second straight season, the Harvard men’s basketball team knocked off UMass 74-71.

Men's Basketball

PREVIEW: Men's Basketball Challenges In-State Foe UMass

The Minutemen will trot out a radically different line-up than the team which fell to Harvard early last season, thanks to the last-minute heroics of then-sophomore guard Bryce Aiken.

Football

Football Conquers Penn for First Time in Four Seasons

Dominating every aspect of the game, Harvard easily bested Penn in the team's homecoming matchup, 29-7. The victory ends a three-season win streak Penn harbored over the Crimson.

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