Crimson staff writer
Halloween Costumes: Netflix and Chill
Grace Danraj '16 (left) and Maddie Sewani '16, an inactive Crimson editor
Alumna To Pilot Beauty Startup at Harvard
Ownly, a peer-to-peer beauty network founded by Danni Xie '13, will launch a pilot program at Harvard in October.
Students Organize International 'Mobs' To Raise Awareness of Malaria
Large crowds milled about the tables, benches, and food trucks, poised to take part in a synchronized flash mob to raise awareness of the need to eradicate malaria.
Mock Trial Advances to Nationals in Mathew’s Memory
Six weeks after the death of teammate Angela R. Mathew ’15 in a car accident, the Harvard Mock Trial team qualified for the national championship tournament.
Students Question Selection of Bloomberg as Commencement Speaker
Concerns center around Bloomberg’s support of stop-and-frisk, a New York City police policy which allows officers to stop, question, and search pedestrians for illegal materials at random.
With New Fiscal Year, HSA Raises Its Minimum Pay to $12
The new policy, which will increase starting pay to $12 from $1o for all hourly workers, impacts more than 100 current HSA employees.
Hasty Pudding Cuts Ribbon on New Clubhouse
The combined Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770 celebrated the unveiling of its new headquarters at the historic Hyde-Taylor House at 96 Winthrop St. with a dedication ceremony Saturday evening.
For First Time in 20 Years, A Harvard Duo Captures World Debate Crown
Ben D. Sprung-Keyser ’15 and Joshua P. Zoffer ’14 emerged victorious in the 34th World Universities Debating Championship last week.
HUDS Boycotts Barilla Pasta
Harvard University Dining Services has decided to stop serving Barilla pasta in Harvard dining halls after Barilla’s chairman Guido Barilla told an Italian radio station that his company would never feature a gay family in its advertising.