Harvard College Dean of Students Thomas Dunne said “a handful of incidents” should not change how the College manages student organizations in a Wednesday interview with The Crimson.
Approximately 260 Harvard students and local residents gathered in Lowell House Saturday night to celebrate Nowruz, the first day of the Iranian New Year.
In interviews with The Crimson, student group leaders, two top College administrators, and dozens of undergraduates tackled a difficult question: where is Harvard’s sense of fun?
Andrew Aurich, Harvard’s new head football coach, informed players on Monday that all current coaches would stay with the team and all defensive coaches would stay in their positions, according to a player at the meeting.
Swipe access will remain unchanged for freshmen during “River Run” even as the First Year Experience and First Year Social Committee Offices will provide food trucks, a snack bar, and games at the Malkin Athletic Center to mark the informal college tradition.
Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana condemned an antisemitic image posted by two pro-Palestine student groups during an interview on Tuesday, calling the post “unmistakably antisemitic and racist.”
The morning of Valentine’s Day, 4,120 Harvard students woke up to a list of up to ten compatible profiles on Datamatch.
Despite forecasts predicting up to 12 inches of snow throughout Tuesday, Harvard students shared a sense of disappointment after waking up to a snowless campus.
The Harvard Undergraduate Association passed three proposals at its second general meeting of the term Monday evening.
Nearly 200 Harvard students and affiliates gathered in Quincy on Friday for food and festivities to ring in the Lunar New Year.
Harvard Athletics Director Erin McDermott confirmed Monday morning that Andrew Aurich, a tight ends coach at Rutgers University, will serve as Harvard football’s next head coach.
Entering their 175th season, the Hasty Pudding Theatrical Company celebrated Barry Keoghan and Annette Bening as their Man and Woman of the Year.
Harvard Athletics has narrowed its search for a new head football coach down to four candidates, according to four people familiar with the situation.
The Hasty Pudding Theatricals originally selected Maya Rudolph as the organization’s 2024 Women of the Year before she pulled out due to a scheduling conflict, according to a person familiar with the situation.
When Harvard College students left campus for winter break, the student body was divided. With students in fierce disagreement over the Israel-Hamas war and former President Claudine Gay’s leadership of the University, rifts continued to grow, and a bright national spotlight landed on Harvard and its students.