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Overseers Announcement
HAA

Harvard Alumni Association Nominates Candidates for Board of Overseers, Elected Directors

The Harvard Alumni Association nominating committee announced candidates for the Board of Overseers — the University’s second-highest governing body — and for elected directors of the HAA Friday.

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FAS

Henry Rosovsky, Former Harvard FAS Dean, Remembered for Contributions to Undergrad Education and African American Studies

Rosovsky, who served as the dean of the FAS from 1973 to 1984, died on Nov. 11 in his home in Cambridge.

Harvard Crimson and Yale Bulldogs Face Off for 138th Playing of The Game
Football

In Photos: The Game Returns to Harvard Stadium

The 138th playing of The Game returned to Harvard Stadium this Saturday. Yale defeated Harvard 19-14 to clench the Ivy League title.

121st Annual Harvard-Yale Football Concert
Music Groups

121st Annual Harvard-Yale Football Concert

Dershowitz at Coop
Crime

Epstein Victim Drops Claims Against Alan Dershowitz

A victim of Jeffrey E. Epstein who claimed she was sexually abused by Alan M. Dershowitz settled a lawsuit she had filed against him, saying she “may have made a mistake” in accusing the prominent lawyer of wrongdoing.

Dinos 2
Conversations

Dinos 2

Dinos 1
Conversations

Dinos 1

Constantinos “Dinos” Mekios is an associate professor of Philosophy at Stonehill College by day and a DJ for WHRB radio at night.

Owl Club FM
Retrospection

Owl Club FM

The Owl Club.

Crypto Scrut 5
Scrutiny

Crypto Scrut 5

Kaledora Fontana ‘22 is one of several student entrepreneurs living in a house in Somerville.

Korematsu Closeup
The Scoop

Korematsu Closeup

Korematsu Cover
The Scoop

Korematsu Cover

Spee Club FM
Retrospection

Spee Club FM

The Spee Club.

Fox Club FM
Retrospection

Fox Club FM

The Fox Club.

Fly Club FM
Retrospection

Fly Club FM

The Fly Club.

Mick Cusimano, a Poet, Filmmaker, and Harvard Art Museums Employee, Remembered as ‘Unique’ and Inspiring
Obituary

Mick Cusimano, a Poet, Filmmaker, and Harvard Art Museums Employee, Remembered as ‘Unique’ and Inspiring

Mick Cusimano, 71, died of cancer on July 23. He dubbed himself  “the professor of surrealism” and had a deep passion for history, arts, poetry, and film, his friends recalled.

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