Stat Department Sees Significant Growth in Recent Years
The Statistics Department has gone from 17 concentrators in 2008 to 199 as of December 2015.
Ruth Hubbard, Harvard Biology Professor and Political Activist, Dies at 92
Ruth Hubbard ’45, the first woman to receive tenure as a biology professor at Harvard, passed away last Thursday at age 92 after a recent decline in her health.
Square Businesses Gear Up for Visitas
As students prepare to welcome the Class of 2020 on campus for Visitas, Harvard’s weekend for its admitted students, local businesses are likewise gearing up for their arrival.
Students Enjoy Coloring and Zumba During ‘Health Week’
Complete with a wide array of events ranging from a Berry Brain Break, to a Mental Health Open Mic and massages, the Freshman Class Committee kicked off a more comprehensively envisioned “Freshman Health Week” this week than in previous years.
Snowden’s Attorney Critiques U.S. Government on Privacy Rights
Jesselyn Radack, attorney to whistleblower Edward J. Snowden, called on the U.S. government to prioritize privacy over security during the Harvard Human Rights Journal’s symposium on Thursday at the Law School.
Students and Businesses Prepare for Junior Parents Weekend
The annual tradition brings parents of junior undergraduates to campus for a weekend full of programming, showcasing elements of students’ academic and extracurricular life.
A Boston Fixture, City Sports Closing Its Doors
City Sports will close all 26 stores including its Harvard Square location.
Y2Y Youth Homeless Shelter Celebrates Upcoming Opening
The shelter, set to open to young adults between the ages 18 and 24 in December, looks to serve as a “sanctuary” for local homeless youth.
Earnest Defends Contentious White House-Press Relationship
Earnest highlighted the tension present in his role as press secretary, saying that he welcomes conflict between the administration and the press, calling it “part of what makes for a healthy democracy.”
Yearbook Offers Make-Up Photo Sittings for Seniors
Yearbook president Dennis Lee ’16 said that he “sincerely hopes” with the additional sittings, all seniors will have the chance to be pictured in the yearbook, even if they were unable to attend their original sitting.
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
‘First Draft of History’: Kristen Welker ’98 Charts Path from Crimson Reporting to White House
To the Class of 2023: On Self-Censorship
Adams House Installed — Then Removed — an $8,900 Covid-19 Air Disinfection System
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?