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‘Mank’ Review: The Melancholy of Genius

Beneath its rich cinematic layers, “Mank” is a meditation on common anxieties: loneliness, moral corruption, the inevitability of change.

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Student Life

Harvard Graduate Council Reviews Covid-19 Academic Challenges, Signs Letters to Biden Administration

The Harvard Graduate Council reviewed survey data about the graduate student experience in the pandemic era, and also signed letters to the Biden administration co-written by the MIT Graduate Student Council during its second public meeting of the semester Wednesday.

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Leveraging Crisis: Michael J. Bobbitt on Art, Leadership, and Imagination in the Age of Covid-19

Rather than imposing his own vision, Bobbitt prefers to center the needs of artists themselves.

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Economics 10b, Life Sciences 1b Lead Spring Course Enrollment

Economics 10b: “Principles of Economics” continues to reign as the most popular spring semester course for the eighth consecutive year.

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Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Appoints Sam Bersola as New Dean of Students

Samuel H. Bersola, a Graduate School of Education alumnus and current administrator at the University of California, Los Angeles, will become the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’s new Dean of Students on Feb. 8.

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Student Groups

Harvard Graduate Council Mulls Priorities, Challenges during Covid-19 Pandemic in First Public Meeting of Semester

The Harvard Graduate Council mulled student government priorities and institutional challenges brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic in its first public meeting of the semester Wednesday evening.

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Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies Launches Forum to Track Rewriting of Chilean Constitution

The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard launched an academic forum to examine the rewriting and potential adoption of a new constitution in Chile.


Political Experts Mull Rise of Partisanship at IOP Event

Harvard political experts exchanged views about the future of American democracy following a transition of power marked by insurrection at an Institute of Politics event Monday.

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Harvard University Housing Holds Rents Flat, Includes Pandemic Relief for 2021-22 Academic Year

Harvard University Housing announced last week that it will hold rents for the 2021-22 academic year flat in comparison to the cost of rent this academic year across all of HUH’s properties.

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In an Internet Culture Defined by ‘Listenability,’ Ethan Fields Chases Sound that Lasts

At first glance, Ethan Fields '22 resembles the quintessential American adolescent — but the Harvard junior also boasts nearly 400,000 followers and 9.5 million likes on TikTok.

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Across the World, Harvard Students Log onto Zoom for First Day of Spring Semester

Despite being scattered across the globe, all enrolled Harvard students faced the same experience Monday — the start of the spring semester.

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Harvard Denies Grad Union Grievance Over Exclusion of Population Health Sciences Students

Harvard denied a grievance filed by its graduate student union regarding the exclusion of 108 Population Health Sciences students from the union's bargaining unit.

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Student Life

Will Joe Biden Deliver on His Promises to Alleviate Student Loan Debt?

President-elect Joe Biden pledged multiple times on the campaign trail to alleviate debt. Many of Biden’s supporters, however, remain skeptical as to whether the incoming administration will deliver on its promise to alleviate the financial anxiety facing millions of Americans.

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Hundreds of Harvard Law School Graduates and Affiliates Condemn Ted Cruz’s Election Fraud Allegations

More than 900 Harvard Law School affiliates signed a statement denouncing Sen. Ted Cruz — a Republican from Texas who graduated from the Law School in 1995 — for contesting the results of the recent presidential election.

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Harvard Law School Organizations Petition to Denounce Professor Adrian Vermeule’s ‘Highly Offensive’ Online Rhetoric

Eleven Harvard Law School student organizations have signed a statement calling for administrators to denounce what they characterize as “highly offensive, discriminatory, and violent statements in online posts” by Law School professor Adrian C. Vermeule ’90.