Guillaume to Lead The Crimson’s 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.

Ragheb and Miller Advocate Greater Inclusivity in Presidential Campaign

Daniel “Danny” K. Ragheb ’20 and Samyra C. Miller ’21 are running to lead UC on a campaign slogan of “The Mic Is Ours.”

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?

Days After Midterm Elections, Some Students Still Hadn’t Received Ballots

Some students' absentee ballots failed to arrive in the mail — and in the election’s aftermath, those students continue to search for answers.

Harvard Honors Veterans on World War I Centenary

Although students did not have the day off, they and other campus affiliates found a way to honor veterans.

Palaniappan and Huesa Plan to ‘Make Harvard Home’

Sruthi Palaniappan ’20 and Julia M. Huesa ’20 are running to lead the Undergraduate Council under the slogan “make Harvard home.”

Khoury and Agrawal Push Transparency and Accessibility

Nadine M. Khoury ’20 and Arnav Agrawal ’20 are running to lead the Undergraduate Council on their campaign slogan of “Transform Harvard.”

UC Puts Two Divestment Referenda on Election Ballot

The UC voted to place two referenda challenging Harvard's investment decisions on the ballot for its presidential election this week. The questions ask whether Harvard should divest from fossil fuels and the prison industry.


Philosophy Department Honors Late Professor Emeritus Stanley L. Cavell

Harvard’s Philosophy Department held a tribute at Memorial Church followed by an all-day conference on Friday and Saturday.

Central Administration

Harvard Asks Alums to Tout School Online. PR Experts Call it 'Powerful' Strategy After Trial

Harvard said there is no link between the new initiative and the conclusion of the admissions trial. One public relations expert noted that — even if the timing is coincidental — the program is a "productive" response to the last three weeks.


Sophomores Celebrate Concentration Declaration at Annenberg Event

Hundreds of sophomores returned to Annenberg Hall to celebrate the declaration of their academic concentrations at a classwide event Thursday night.

On Campus

Catholic Student Association Hosts Inaugural 'Catholic Sex Week'

Theologian Janet E. Smith delved into the Catholic Church’s stance on sex and sexuality in a lecture hosted by the Catholic Student Association Thursday evening.

Student Life

For Third Consecutive Year, Classroom to Table Program Runs Out of Money

Classroom to Table — a popular College initiative that subsidizes fine dining for students and their professors in the Square — has run out of funding yet again.


Experts Say Harvard Brand Will Remain Unscathed By Admissions Trial Revelations


Outsider Candidates Face Hurdles Running for Council Leadership


Harvard Says Amnesty Policy Will Be In Effect at Harvard-Yale Game

Harvard Law School

Johns Hopkins Professor Talks Birthright Citizenship at Harvard Law Event


Harvard Invests in Cryptocurrency, Report Says

On Campus

First Year Retreat and Experience Hosts Student Showcase

The First Year Retreat and Experience — a new pre-orientation program — hosted a showcase of student performances at the Smith Campus Center Thursday night.

Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School Receives $200 Million Gift — The Largest in School's History

The Blavatnik Family Foundation will donate $200 million to Harvard Medical School, the largest gift in the school’s history, the University announced Thursday.


English Professor Jorie Graham to Receive National Prize for Poetry

The Library of Congress will award Harvard English professor Jorie Graham a national prize for poetry in December, the library announced last week.


SEAS Allston Campus on Track to Open in 2020, Gay Says

Though some smaller details remain undecided, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is still set to complete its long-awaited move into Allston by September 2020, according to FAS Dean Claudine Gay.


High Young Voter Turnout Crucial To Blue Wave, Per Harvard Analysis

Voters between the ages of 18 and 29 were absolutely crucial to the Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives, according to a Harvard Institute of Politics analysis of the 2018 midterm elections.


‘It’s Not Surprising to Any Of Us.’ College Counselors Shrug at Harvard Admissions Secrets Spilled In Trial


Midterms See Mass. Incumbents Re-elected, Democrats Win Control of House


Taking in Midterm Election Results, Harvard Students from Both Parties Claim Victory


Harvard's Faculty Council Votes to Dismiss College Student for Sexual Misconduct


In Wake of Pittsburgh Shooting, Jay Harris Speaks on Anti-Semitism in the U.S.