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Ella L. Jones

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Football

As Harvard-Yale Game Looms, Some Students Sell Tickets at Steep Premiums

Some Harvard students have taken advantage of complementary tickets for this year's Harvard-Yale game to sell them at a premium, with many tickets going for more than $150 at market price.

SCAS Expansion
Student Groups

Harvard’s Small Claims Advisory Service Expands to Claremont Colleges and Columbia

Harvard’s Small Claims Advisory Service, a legal aid program run by undergraduate volunteers, expanded its organization to Columbia University and the five Claremont Colleges this semester.

Holden Chapel
Race

Association of Black Harvard Women Hosts Fourth Annual Vigil for Black Transgender Lives

The Association of Black Harvard Women hosted its fourth annual vigil commemorating Black transgender lives lost in the past year on Saturday.

Die-In Protest
Student Life

Demonstrators Stage ‘Die-In’ In Support of Iranian and Kurdish Protesters

Harvard students staged a “die-in” in solidarity with Iranian and Kurdish protesters on Thursday, with some expressing disappointment at the lack of an official statement in support of Iranian and Kurdish protests from University President Lawrence S. Bacow.

Iranian Women Rally Posters
College

Harvard Affiliates Rally in Support of Iranian Women on Widener Steps

Around 50 Harvard affiliates gathered on the steps of Widener Library on Friday to stand in solidarity with women in Iran, where protests have erupted in recent weeks after Zhina Mahsa Amini died in police custody.

Tina Turner Musical Photo
Theater

'TINA' Review: Zurin Villanueva Shines On Stage

As Villanueva, Nesby, and Johnson sang, the audience was transported back in time — as if hearing Tina Turner herself through each moment of her life.

FGLI Welcoming Ceremony
College

Students Gather for Inaugural First-Generation, Low-Income Welcome

Roughly 100 Harvard students convened at Memorial Church Saturday to celebrate first-generation, low-income members of the Class of 2026 in the inaugural FGLI welcoming ceremony.

Pakistani Protest
House Life

Harvard Pakistani Students Association Raises Funds for Flood Relief

The Harvard College Pakistani Students Association has taken to dining halls and public gathering areas in recent days to raise awareness and funds for flood victims in the wake of devastating natural disasters that have ravaged the country.

'Amsale Aspire' Image
Arts

Amsale Aspire: A Look Back on the Iconic Career and Legacy of Amsale Aberra

“Anyone who has faced a challenge and who's had a dream can be inspired by Amsale’s story,” Clarence O’Neill Brown '74 said of his wife, the legendary fashion designer Amsale Aberra.

Eleganza Still
On Campus

The Revolution: Eleganza Returns to Harvard’s Campus

On Saturday, April 23, students made the trek across the Charles River to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center to witness what at this point is more lore than anything else: the first live Eleganza performance since 2019.

Harvard Legacy of Slavery Memorialization
College

Where Harvard’s Legacy of Slavery Lives Today

Here are the houses, dormitories, professorships, streets, and towns that memorialize Harvard affiliates responsible for enslaving people and promoting racial discrimination.

Massachusetts Hall
History

Here are Five Key Findings From Harvard’s Long-Awaited Report on its Ties to Slavery

Harvard University released a landmark report on Tuesday that detailed the school’s extensive ties to slavery. Here are five key takeaways from the long-awaited report.

Harvard Yard
College

Creative Writing Collective Organizes South Asian Poetry Series

From the end of March through last week, the Harvard Creative Writing Collective held a series of poetry readings hosted by South Asian authors.

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Books

‘Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head’ Review: Warsan Shire Moves Out of Pop Culture’s Shadow

Shire boldly weaves together a narrative of what it means to be displaced, disconnected from home, and incredibly vulnerable.

Agassiz
Visual Arts

Harvard Students Honor Asian Culture in Rewrite of Racist Operetta

Throughout the last weekend of March, students from the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players transported audiences to London in the year 3070 through their musical “The Milk Made.”

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