ROTC commissioning and numerous Class Day celebrations, including speeches by Sandberg, Power, Van Valkenburgh, and Kaling.
Faust tells seniors to act for a better human community.
Phi Beta Kappa exercises; Baccalaureate address
The College’s new honor code prompts historical—and student—reflections on moral education.
With early-action acceptances high, few chances for wait-listed applicants
Legislation on undergraduate academic integrity adopted
Harvard’s Collegium Musicum celebrates the power of music as therapy.
Big words and their use on campus
Distance runner Maksim Korolev has set Harvard and Ivy League records in cross-country and track.
Seniors reveal some unexpected lessons learned at Harvard.
A Harvard undergraduate looks riverward
In the wake of a Crimson account of an unwanted sexual encounter, President Faust asks for a review of policy and procedures.
A medical student learns about SNAP and social medicine.
The Undergraduate ponders a phenomenon both alien and familiar.
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership development and psychology, becomes Harvard College dean.