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Maya Rudolph Dropped Out as Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals originally selected Maya Rudolph as the organization’s 2024 Women of the Year before she pulled out due to a scheduling conflict, according to a person familiar with the situation.


Harvard Students Return to ‘Calmer’ Campus After Fall Semester Marked by Turmoil

When Harvard College students left campus for winter break, the student body was divided. With students in fierce disagreement over the Israel-Hamas war and former President Claudine Gay’s leadership of the University, rifts continued to grow, and a bright national spotlight landed on Harvard and its students.


Harvard Students Allege Anti-Palestinian Discrimination in Complaint to U.S. Ed Department

More than a dozen students filed a complaint Monday with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights alleging Harvard failed to protect students from anti-Palestinian, anti-Muslim, and anti-Arab harassment and intimidation, according to a press release.


Doxxed Harvard Students Decry ‘Heinous and Aggressive’ Online Harassment, Call for Greater Support from University

Since the release of a controversial Harvard student group statement the day of the deadly Oct. 7 attack on Israel by Hamas, dozens of members of co-signing groups have experienced doxxing attacks and rescinded job offers. Despite efforts by the University, students said they have felt a lack of institutional support and have turned to other students for help.


Harvard HoCos Face Budget Cut as Undergrads Opt Out of Annual $200 Student Activities Fee

Harvard College’s House Committees are searching for new ways to fundraise following a 5 percent decrease in annual funding from the Dean of Students Office, according to an October document obtained by The Crimson.


Class of 2027 By the Numbers

Each fall, The Crimson surveys freshmen about their backgrounds, academic aspirations, and lifestyles. In this year’s installation, The Crimson also asked students for their views on artificial intelligence and admissions. Scroll through the interactive graphs and charts on the following pages for a visual representation of the Class of 2027.


Harvard Proctor Indefinitely Relieved of Duties Following Confrontation at Pro-Palestine Protest

A Harvard College proctor has been indefinitely relieved of his duties following his involvement in a confrontation at a pro-Palestine protest, according to a petition that began circulating Friday evening and a student with direct knowledge of the situation.


‘Pushing Conversations’: Harvard LGBTQ+ Athletes Call for Greater Visibility, Support from Administration

Harvard Athlete Ally organizers said they struggled to sustain engagement from Harvard Athletics while planning the first Trans+ Community Celebration. For some who continue to call on administrators to increase outward support of LGBTQ+ athletes, this was emblematic of a larger pattern of inconsistent engagement with queer inclusion from the department.


Students Pass Two Amendments to Harvard Undergraduate Association Constitution

Students voted in favor of both constitutional amendments put forward in the Harvard Undergraduate Association’s fall referendum, according to an emailed announcement Sunday.


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