The Crimson looks back at its 2022 in photos, in which Harvard’s campus returned to normalcy in the wake of Covid-19 and looked to its future under a new University president.
The Crimson looks back at 2021 in photos, examining the images of a year that, like the previous one, took place in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic.
As 2020 comes to a close, The Crimson's Multimedia Editors are looking back at some of the big events that our photojournalists covered this year. While this year was untraditional in many ways, our photojournalists managed to capture many of the defining moments across Harvard’s campus.
Over the past decade, major changes have taken place at Harvard, and The Crimson's photographers have been on the scene to document everything from the return of ROTC to campus to strikes led by dining hall workers and later graduate student workers calling for higher wages. The Crimson's Multimedia staff reflects on some of most important stories of the past decade told through photos.
The Crimson’s Multimedia editors look back on the photos that shaped 2019.
Economics Professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr., pictured here in 2006, is facing allegations of sexual harassment.
A screenshot of an advertisement for Harvard employee Eric Clopper's show, "Sex & Circumcision: An American Love Story."
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