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Guillaume to Lead The Crimson’s 146th Guard

Guillaume to serve as President, Fu as Managing Editor, Zhu as Business Manager

Kristine E. Guillaume '20 will serve as the President of the 146th Guard of The Harvard Crimson.
Kristine E. Guillaume '20 will serve as the President of the 146th Guard of The Harvard Crimson. By Amy Y. Li

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 of The Crimson in the paper’s 145-year history.

Guillaume, a joint African American Studies and History and Literature concentrator, is currently one of The Crimson’s Central Administration reporters. In that capacity, she interviewed two successive University Presidents — Drew G. Faust and Lawrence S. Bacow — and worked as part of the reporting team that covered Harvard’s 2018 presidential search.

She is also one of three Chairs of The Crimson’s Diversity and Inclusivity committee, responsible for formulating and overseeing initiatives meant to make the paper more diverse and welcoming to students from all backgrounds. Guillaume, who lives in Lowell House, will begin as President on Jan. 1, 2019.

“I have the utmost confidence in the 146th Guard’s ability to carry on our proud mission of covering and informing Harvard and its affiliates,” current Crimson President Derek G. Xiao ’19 said. “I could not be more excited to see the direction the next President, Managing Editor, and Business Manager will take The Crimson in 2019.”

Angela N. Fu '20 will serve as Managing Editor.
Angela N. Fu '20 will serve as Managing Editor. By Amy Y. Li

News writer and designer Angela N. Fu ’20 will serve as Managing Editor, overseeing the production of The Crimson’s daily newspaper, magazine, arts, and sports sections, and blog. Fu, a Government concentrator and Dunster House resident who hails from Birmingham, Ala., currently serves as a Faculty of Arts and Sciences Administration reporter. In that role, she interviewed two successive FAS Deans — Michael D. Smith and Claudine Gay — and helped report on the presidential search along with Guillaume. She also led The Crimson’s Design Board comp for two semesters.

Fu was one of two reporters who broke a story revealing that star Economics professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr. was being investigated separately by Harvard and the state of Massachusetts over allegations of sexual harassment. She faced down a threatened lawsuit to report the piece, which later earned “Honorable Mention” for Associated Collegiate Press 2018 Story of the Year.

Next year’s Business Manager will be Charlie B. Zhu ’20, an Applied Math and Economics concentrator and resident of Winthrop House from Warren, N.J. He will take the helm of The Crimson’s finances and operations after serving this year as a Director of Staff Development for the Business Board. Prior to that, he worked as an Advertising Associate.

Charlie B. Zhu '20 will serve as Business Manager.
Charlie B. Zhu '20 will serve as Business Manager. By Amy Y. Li

Founded in 1873, The Crimson is the student newspaper of Harvard University. It is the oldest continuously published daily college newspaper in the United States and the only breakfast-table daily publication of Cambridge, Mass. The paper is proud to provide news and analysis to a wide range of Harvard affiliates, Cambridge residents, and readers across the nation.

The Crimson selects its leaders through an election process called the Turkey Shoot, in which all outgoing members of the masthead are invited to participate. A candidate for a senior leadership position must receive at least 75 percent of the vote to be elected.

Joining Guillaume, Fu, and Zhu on the masthead are:

NEWS

Caroline S. Engelmayer ’20, Associate Managing Editor

Jamie D. Halper ’20, Associate Managing Editor

BUSINESS

Amy E. Zhou ’20, Associate Business Manager

EDITORIAL

Jessenia N. Class ’20, Editorial Chair

Robert Miranda ’20, Editorial Chair

ARTS

Kaylee S. Kim ’20, Arts Chair

Caroline A. Tsai ’20, Arts Chair

BLOG

Lorenzo F. Manuali ’21, Blog Chair

Trula J. Rael ’21, Blog Chair

DESIGN

Elena M. Ramos ’20, Design Chair

Akhil S. Waghmare ’20, Design Chair

MAGAZINE

Norah M. Murphy ’20, Magazine Chair

Abigail L. Simon ’20, Magazine Chair

MULTIMEDIA

Kathryn S. Kuhar ’20, Multimedia Chair

Kai R. McNamee ’21, Multimedia Chair

SPORTS

Henry Zhu ’20, Sports Chair

Joseph W. Minatel ’21, Sports Chair

TECHNOLOGY

Nenya A. Edjah ’20, Technology Chair

Theodore T. Liu ’20, Technology Chair

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