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Khurana Says Pudding Co-ed Move Came at ‘Right Time’

Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana

​Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana applauded the Hasty Pudding Theatricals for its decision to cast women starting fall 2018, noting the move came at the “right time.”

Luck, Skill, All of the Above

Ryan Donato Heads to Pyeongchang to Compete on World's Biggest Stage

Harvard hockey star Ryan Donato will officially represent team U.S.A. in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games—marking the next chapter in a life dedicated to hockey.

Smith Says Endowment Tax Will Limit New Projects

Mike Smith at Convocation

Following a new university endowment tax, FAS Dean Michael D. Smith said he will not commit to long-term projects for the time being.

Financial Aid Director Sally Donahue Leaves Legacy, Looks Ahead

Sally C. Donahue

Sally C. Donahue, the College’s financial aid director who helped launch the Harvard Financial Aid Initiative, will retire in August.

Juzang's Career Night Leads Men's Basketball Past Princeton

Juzang On Fire

Juzang received a standing ovation from the Crimson bench when head coach Tommy Amaker subbed his starters out in the final minute.

Longwood Looks to Combat Opioid Epidemic

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As the opioid epidemic rages, Harvard researchers and educators are working to better understand the phenomenon and to teach students how to fight against it.

Unionization Opponents Concerned By Second Election

Unionization Polarization

​Graduate students opposed to unionization condemn unequal resources between Harvard Graduate Students Union and students critical of the union.

Ryan Donato Heads to Pyeongchang to Compete on World's Biggest Stage

Harvard hockey star Ryan Donato will officially represent team U.S.A. in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games—marking the next chapter in a life dedicated to hockey.

Juzang's Career Night Leads Men's Basketball Past Princeton

Juzang On Fire

Juzang received a standing ovation from the Crimson bench when head coach Tommy Amaker subbed his starters out in the final minute.

Longwood Looks to Combat Opioid Epidemic

HMS HSPH 1

As the opioid epidemic rages, Harvard researchers and educators are working to better understand the phenomenon and to teach students how to fight against it.

Cambridge Again Decreases Speed Limit in Square

​Despite a speed limit decrease only a year ago, traffic in Harvard Square will become even slower starting this March.

Professor Studies Book Exteriors

​While most English professors are largely concerned with what’s inside a book, David J. Alworth studies a text’s exterior.

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A Ph.D. Does Not A President Make

Holding a Ph.D. should only ever be a plus. Yet I hope that is a secondary consideration to the skills needed for the job, regardless of from whence they’re found.

Editorials

Implementation Requires Communication

As freshmen begin to navigate an increasingly complicated social scene at Harvard, we hope that the College will serve as a guide and support, rather than source of confusion.

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Charles Sumner Statue

A Tale of Two Statues

"Someone tipped off Committee members about what they considered a scandalous secret: It had been designed by a woman."

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ARTS

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Buyer's Remorse in "Spent"

Considering the film’s potential to be an enjoyable sleeper hit based on its premise’s solid foundation, it's amazing how all that potential effortlessly goes to waste.

Pauline B. Lim '88

The Working Artist

"It was like stepping off the edge of the world, to be an artist,” Pauline B. Lim ’88 said.

HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True

‘HEAR WORD!’: An Empowering Reflection on Women and Nigeria

“HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True packs heavy emotion, incredible music and acting all in one.

SPORTS

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Knocked Back Down to .500 by Union

Down in the third period, the Harvard men’s hockey team turned up the heat at Union. But despite the Crimson’s efforts—and the play of junior net-minder Michael Lackey, who kept the Dutchmen at bay—the comeback attempt fell short on Friday night. The Dutchmen held off Harvard for a 3-1 win, handing the Crimson its fourth loss in five games and sending the team back to .500.

Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Falls to BU in Double-Overtime Beanpot Classic

After 23 minutes of overtime hockey, the Terriers edged the Crimson, 3-2, and will advance to play Northeastern in next Monday's tournament finale.

Men's Basketball

AROUND THE IVIES: Men's Basketball Faces Challenging Home Slate

PRINCETON AT HARVARD “I don’t know how you draw it up any worse than that.” Those were Harvard coach Tommy Amaker’s words following this game last year. You can hardly blame him—the Crimson lost this one despite being up three with the ball with 34 seconds to go. We won’t delve into the details, but needless to say, mistakes were made.

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