Universities Nationwide Have Embraced Institutional Neutrality. How Does Harvard’s Report Stack Up?

Harvard released its long-awaited report from its Institutional Voice working group on Tuesday. The Crimson reviewed similar policies at other American universities to understand how Harvard’s report is different.

Chairs of Harvard’s Legacy of Slavery Memorial Committee Resign Over Timeline Disagreement

Tracy K. Smith ’94 and Dan I. Byers resigned as co-chairs of Harvard’s Legacy of Slavery memorial committee over frustrations that senior Harvard administrators were trying to rush their process.

Harvard Will Refrain From Controversial Statements About Public Policy Issues

After months of grappling with a campus fractured by a polarizing debate over the Israel-Hamas war, Harvard announced on Tuesday that the University and its leadership will refrain from taking official positions on controversial public policy issues.

In Photos: Harvard’s 373rd Commencement Exercises

Thousands of graduates, Harvard faculty, friends, and family crowded into Harvard Yard on Thursday for the University’s 373rd Commencement Exercises. But the usual pomp and circumstance of the ceremony were overshadowed by mass discontent over the decision to bar 13 pro-Palestine College student protesters from graduating.

Suspect Charged in Connection With Donnelly Field Shooting

A suspect was charged in connection with last week’s non-fatal double shooting at Donnelly Field and was taken into custody by the Cambridge Police Department.

Cambridge School Committee Asks Superintendent Victoria Greer to Resign in 5-2 Vote

The Cambridge School Committee voted to give Cambridge Public Schools Superintendent Victoria L. Greer a 90-day notice to resign, following a closed-door executive session meeting on Wednesday.

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Cooper's Next Big Hit: The Harvard Mixtape

George Cooper is used to taking big swings. The junior outfielder is known for his free-swinging at the dish and his infectious presence in the dugout. But since arriving at Harvard, Cooper has also been immersing himself in another ultra-competitive environment with a high risk of failure: the music industry.

‘We’re Gonna Have a Ton of Success Here’: Andrew Aurich Ready to Keep Harvard Football Rolling

The last time Harvard had a new football coach, Bill Clinton was halfway into his first term. Mariah Carey had just released her first holiday album. And Andrew Aurich, the next Harvard football don, was just 10 years old.