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“I am going to wait and see what happens before I decide what to do,” former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 said.
Bain would hire roughly 20 people from HMC and become the money manager for Harvard’s real estate investments.
If approved, construction will continue from 6 p.m. to midnight.
Security measures at the Yale Bowl created long lines, choking off attendance at tailgates and the game before Yale officials ultimately relented on the stricter measures.
The Bulldogs held the Crimson to 26 rushing yards and scored touchdowns on all three red-zone trips. That performance gave Yale an unshared crown for the first time in 37 years.
Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 will lead the Undergraduate Council next year after winning 55 percent of first-choice votes.
The grant will last for 15 years and provide financial assistance for up to 2,300 Harvard students who want to participate in public service programs.
Meet the three tickets running to lead the Undergraduate Council.
Supporters of Harvard’s student unionization effort held a rally in the Yard, urging the University to drop its appeal to the federal National Labor Relations Board.
The Faculty voted down a motion designed to nullify the College’s penalties on single-gender social groups.
Today is the Cambridge City Council election. The Crimson sat down with the 26 contenders for nine seats on the Cambridge City Council to break down their views on affordable housing, bike lanes, President Donald Trump, and more.
In the second quarter, a Big Green coach broke a press box window following a muffed punt. That punch foreshadowed greater frustration, as the Crimson eked out a 25-22 victory.