Strong hockey seasons end in the NCAA tournaments.
Harvard students find that not being connected is not really an option, but still…
Invoking history, activists call weeklong event the “lunch-counter moment for the twenty-first century.”
The former Wimbledon semifinalist aims to improve the Crimson squad’s level of play.
Implementing Harvard College’s honor code
In a new Pforzheimer House tradition, students reflect on life at Harvard, from the back of a dogsled.
Coping with what the college brochures don’t tell you
The Harvard Women Engineers Code (WECode) conference encourages all genders in technology fields.
Howard Gardner, the French Revolution, and I
An experiment in monitoring students’ engagements with lectures runs afoul of faculty concerns about the sanctity of classrooms.