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Interactive Feature: Class of 2018, By the Numbers

​Scroll through graphs and charts for a visual representation of the Class of 2018. The data was collected in an email survey conducted by The Crimson during the month of May.​

Harvard Professors on Trump

Harvard Professors on Trump

Harvard professors weigh in on Trump's candidacy.

Queen's Head Debate Watch

87 Percent of Harvard Undergrads Support Clinton

By comparison, 6 percent of respondents said they would vote for Republican Party nominee Donald Trump, just greater than the 5.8 percent who said they would support Libertarian Party nominee Gary E. Johnson.

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Senior Section 2016

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What’s in a Name?

Contentious debate about the history of slavery on college campuses erupted during the past year, provoking universities across the world to examine themselves and the people they honor. At Harvard, those debates have focused on symbols and titles associated, to some degree, with slavery.

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The Housing Market 2016

<p>Flyby Blog is proud to present The Housing Market 2016. Every house on campus has its own lively culture and unique quirks, and we're so happy to celebrate each and every one of them. We'll be releasing house profiles every day by neighborhood. May the odds be ever in your favor! </p>


Well Armed, Ill Considered

Though we do not envy the job of university police departments in this age of political myopia around gun violence, Northeastern’s choice is a poor one that underscores just how unmoored from reality our response to mass shootings has become.


Asked and Answered

The establishment of Asian American studies at Harvard should be a top priority.


Deliberate Progress

Progress may be a duty on us all, but it must happen deliberately, with due consideration of consequences.


Keep the Common Core

As Harvard students, we should care about standardized tests as a means toward ensuring quality and equality in education, yielding more diverse college classes and better lives for students.


A Wholly Imperfect Union

Neither intellectually nor historically does the premise of a white student union make sense.


A Misguided Proposal

At the core of this proposal is the University administration’s steadfast refusal to realize the flaws of the current Program in General Education.


Opening the Concentrations

While it would be impractical to argue that students should not consider their employment prospects while choosing a concentration, every academic opportunity at the College should be available to every student regardless of prior experiences with the field.


No Masterstroke

Rather than legitimizing these games of word association, Harvard and its administrators ought to spend time addressing actual issues of inclusivity on campus.