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Katherine E. Wang

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Crimson Corner & Tory Row
Harvard Square

After 54 Years in Business, Crimson Corner Set to Close by End of Month

​After 54 years of selling newspapers and souvenirs out of a small shop in Harvard Square, the family-run Crimson Corner is set to close its doors by the end of the month.

Crimson Corner in Jeopardy
Harvard Square

&pizza Eyes Harvard Square Location

The Cambridge zoning board will consider a bid this week to replace Harvard Square’s family-run newsstand and gift shop Crimson Corner with Washington, D.C.-based eatery &pizza.

"Harvard Against Hate"

Straddling the Divide Between Harvard and Trump's States

For students from regions that leaned more heavily toward Donald Trump, dealing with a politically polarized country in the aftermath of the election has come with new challenges.

Harvard Law School

Elections Lawyer Argues for Reevaluation of Electoral College

​Election and campaign finance lawyer Jerry H. Goldfeder encouraged the country to remain resilient in light of the Presidential election results at a Law School event on Friday.


Political Commentators Analyze the Rise of Trump

Political commentators Bill Kristol ’73 and William A. Galston analyzed the unprecedented outcome of the recent election of President-elect Donald Trump at an event Thursday.

Community at IOP

Campus Quiet, Students Tense As Trump Heads Down Path to Victory

As the night wore on Tuesday with a Donald Trump presidency ever more likely, Harvard students watching the electoral results trickle in slowly grew silent.


At Vigil, Students Mourn Hurricane Mathew Victims

On Thursday evening, a group of Harvard students gathered on the steps of Memorial Church for a candlelight vigil to honor those affected by the storm.

Debating Charter Schools

Panelists Spar Over Mass. Charter School Ballot Measure

At the Graduate School of Education Tuesday, experts clashed over ballot measure Question 2, which would "approve up to 12 new charter schools or enrollment expansions in existing charter schools each year."