Three tickets are running to serve as Undergraduate Council President and Vice President in 2019 — Nadine M. Khoury ’20 and Arnav Agrawal ’20, Daniel “Danny” K. Ragheb ’20 and Samyra C. Miller ’21, and Sruthi Palaniappan ’20 and Julia M. Huesa ’20. Read up on who they are and what they believe.
The day before a lawsuit challenging Harvard's admissions practices goes to trial, demonstrators took to the streets in Cambridge and Boston to hold two dueling rallies — one pro-Harvard and one pro-SFFA, the group suing the University.
Meet the lawyers who will help Harvard defend against allegations it discriminates against Asian-Americans in its admissions process.
Massachusetts voters will choose candidates in a highly scrutinized primary Tuesday. The Crimson sent reporters to polling locations in Cambridge and Allston to talk to voters throughout the day. Follow along for updates.
15 people will select Harvard’s next president. The Crimson explores their backgrounds, careers, and priorities—and what they say about the future of the University. Click on members of the search committee throughout the story to learn more.
From a search for Harvard's next president to a proposed ban on social groups, here’s a rundown of the biggest headlines from the summer, in case you missed it.
Negotiators from Harvard and the union representing its dining workers reached a tentative agreement at about 1 a.m. Tuesday morning, ending the nearly three week-long strike. Here's a look back at the month of picketing and bargaining.
After only two and a half years of its five year-long public fundraising drive, Harvard broke a higher education record. Here's a look at the campaign's biggest moments.
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