The Path to Public Service at SEAS


Should Supreme Court Justices Have Term Limits? That ‘Would Be Fine,’ Breyer Says at Harvard IOP Forum


Harvard Right to Life Hosts Anti-Abortion Event With Students For Life President


Harvard Researchers Debunk Popular Sleep Myths in New Study


Journalists Discuss Trump’s Effect on the GOP at Harvard IOP Forum



Cut in Political Economy 4 yesterday.

The freshman Algebra examination will occur on Saturday, May 3.

Mr. O. R. Hansen has been elected boating editor of the HERALD-CRIMSON.

The presidential canvass, under the auspices of the Harvard Union, is progressing rapidly.

If the Harvard men would now organize a "Studying Club" they would have them all. [Ex.

Professor Hill will today continue his course of lectures by a lecture on "Edmund Burke."

The result of the presidential canvass will be announced at the next meeting of the Union.

The nine will play the Hartfords at Hartford on Wednesday, at 3 o'clock. Train leaves Boston and Albany station at 9 A. M.

Members of the European lacrosse team will probably come out to Cambridge during the week to see our team play.

The advanced section in freshman Latin will write for today's exercise in Latin composition, the last paragraph on page 105 of Smith's Smaller History of Rome.

General A. B. Underwood will lecture this evening under the auspices of the Harvard Historical Society, on "Shaman's March through Georgia."

Messrs. Schurtz and McCosh of our "Immortal" list were elected by the Critic's readers but were refused by the editors because they are not American born.

By a new rule at Cornell, all students found deficient in physical development are excused from drill, and compelled to perform a regular course of gymnasium work.

Must Greek go? A gentleman who studied Greek for the purpose of keeping his private journal in that language married a Vassar girl. He is now learning the Algonquin dialect. [Ex.

The sale of tickets for Hernani was very rapid. Many orders were received after all the tickets had been engaged and such applicants will have to do without unless another performance is given.

Of the "Forty Immortals" selected by the readers of the Critic, eighteen have received degrees from Harvard. Eleven are graduates of the academic department: Holmes, '29, Lowell, '38, Bancroft, '17, Hale, '39, Clarke, '29, Fiske, '63, Higginson, '41, Frothingham, '43, Dana, '43, Story, '38, and Parkman, 1807.

Early in May there will be an hour examination in Greek 1. The subject will be selections from the "Prometheus," and the marks obtained may be substituted for a part of the final paper.

Want to keep up with breaking news? Subscribe to our email newsletter.