Monday, December 3, 2012


  • Harvard officials reportedly denounce 'deeply disturbing' anti-Semitic flyers

    The Harvard Crimson reports that students in all nine River Houses dormitories received sealed invitations Friday soliciting them to join "The Pigeon," the university's newest purported social club.

  • Harvard celebrates the life of Farish Jenkins, paleontologist who discovered ...

    After reading several marvelous stories about the life of the late Harvard paleontologist Farish Jenkins, I was filled with regret that I never had the chance to experience his wit and intelligence firsthand.

  • Princeton's Catapano, Harvard's Chapple Named Top Ivy Players

    Chapple had 3,169 total yards and 24 passing touchdowns in 2012, both Harvard single-season records, the league said in the statement.

  • Congressman-elect Joe Kennedy III is married

    Advertise | AdChoices. Victor Sizemore Photography. The couple, who met at Harvard Law School, got married Saturday afternoon in Corona del Mar, California.

  • Dozens in Harvard Square Protest Mohamed Morsi's Presidency

    Residents of Boston and Cambridge congregated in Harvard Square on Saturday to decry American support for Egypt's new president, Mohamed Morsi, in a protest that channeled the spirit of ongoing revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa.

  • Harvard approves kinky club on campus

    A school website says the group, known as the Harvard College Munch, will promote a "positive and accurate understanding of alternative sexualities and kink on campus.

  • Harvard basketball beats Fordham

    Evan Cummins's name isn't on the list of Harvard's probable starters. Nor is it on the list of players who normally come off the bench.

  • Widespread Rumors Claim Harvard Students Are Super Studious

    According to an op-ed penned by University Professor Robert C. Darnton '60, director of the Harvard University Library, there is a widespread belief in China that the walls of Harvard libraries are graced by 20 allocutions which express an expectation ...

  • "If You're Not Called Crazy, You're Not Thinking Big Enough": Insights from ...

    For the entrepreneurs who have held on to the dream of becoming an expert in their field, uncross those fingers and start wishing for a different miracle.

  • Harvard Newsletter Cautions Against Brain Supplements

    BOSTON—The December issue of Harvard Men's Health Watch explores brain health supplements, concluding many lack solid scientific evidence.

  • Women's Swimming and Diving Takes Sixth at Georgia Meets

    After three decisive victories over Ivy League foes to start off the season, the Harvard women's swimming and diving team headed south for its first real test in Georgia.

  • Women's Hockey Dominates Russian National Team in 4-0 Shutout

    Fifteen minutes into the second period, sophomore Hillary Crowe put a shot past Russia's goaltender to give the Harvard women's hockey team a 3-0 advantage. Another goal 90 seconds later was the final score of the game as the Crimson topped Russia's ...

  • Colleges Should Divest From Fossil Fuels. That Means You, Harvard

    I grew up in Cambridge, just around the corner from Harvard Yard, and the first word in Latin I ever learned was "Veritas.

  • Blankets to warm the heart

    Madeline Meehan, Harvard's director of events for Campus Services, helped to turn her mother's labor of love, "We Care Blankets," into something all of Harvard could support through Community Gifts. The nonprofit charity provides handmade blankets to ...

  • PREP ZONE: Harvard's Haak assists Schultz's Hall induction

    Harvard wrestling coach Tim Haak had Neil Schultz, and together, for 22 years, they had a wildly successful run with the Hornets.

  • Harvard doctor turned felon was lured by riches

    Health care has become America's sweet spot for insider traders like Joseph F. "Chip" Skowron. Since 2008, about 400 people have been sued by regulators or charged with insider trading; of those, at least 94 passed or received tips involving ...

  • Harvard student shows integrity in acknowledging scientific error

    Every child is taught that honesty is the best policy. Yet the temptation to misstate, deny, or hide the truth when there is something to be gained from doing so can be hard to resist.

  • Men, Women Post 4-1 Records in New York

    The Harvard men's and women's fencing teams travelled to Poughkeepsie, N.Y. to take on five opponents on Saturday, both teams bringing home four decisive victories.

  • The ants come marching

    A senior research fellow in ecology at Harvard Forest, Aaron Ellison discussed his new book, "A Field Guide to the Ants of New England," to an enthusiastic crowd that included members of the Harvard community and local fans of ecology. "To know them is ...

  • State Rep. Jen Benson to host education forum in Harvard

    On Thursday, Dec. 13, State Rep. Jen Benson will host a public forum to discuss her recent education delegation trip to Finland and Sweden.

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