Crimson staff writer
Nia L. Orakwue
Families Flock to Campus for First Harvard College Class of 2024 Family Weekend
Parents and families of the Harvard College Class of 2024 flocked to Cambridge this weekend for their first official invitation to campus, after the class’ freshman family weekend was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mizzou Administrator Set to Become Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Dean of Students
University of Missouri Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Bill Stackman will become the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ new dean of students, Stackman confirmed in a Monday email to The Crimson.
Former HUFPI President Criticizes ‘Lies’ in Crimson Article Investigating Alleged Financial Mismanagement
Sama E.N. Kubba ’24, former president of the Harvard Undergraduate Foreign Policy Initiative, released a statement on her personal website Wednesday addressing what she said were inaccuracies in a recent article published by The Harvard Crimson, which detailed the disputes and allegations of financial mismanagement surrounding her tenure as HUFPI president.
Harvard College Dining Revamp, New Food Options Draw Measured Praise from Students
On Feb. 15, Harvard University Dining Services debuted a revamped menu and a slew of other changes to undergraduate meal offerings, including a more diverse variety of food options, themed brunches, and customizable, deconstructed dinners.
Harvard Sophomore Shriya Yarlagadda ’25 Returns to ‘Jeopardy!’
Harvard sophomore Shriya S. Yarlagadda ’25 returned to “Jeopardy!” Thursday evening for the show’s High School Reunion Tournament, scoring $21,601 and falling just $1,622 short of advancing to the next round.
Harvard Students Praise Undergrad Relief Efforts, Criticize Lack of University Response to Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria
Despite the outpouring of support within and outside the Turkish and Syrian communities on campus, Nehir Toklu ’25 said she found the University’s response to the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria to be “quite late” and “slightly underwhelming.”
As Harvard Schools Pull Out of Rankings, Khurana Affirms Importance of Transparency for Application Process
Following recent decisions by two Harvard schools to pull out of the U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana emphasized the importance of providing adequate information about the College to prospective applicants.
Harvard Terminates University Health Services Physician Following Misconduct Reports, Triggering Medical Board Investigation
A Harvard University Health Services physician was terminated last year after receiving several complaints from female patients aged 18 to 31 who alleged misconduct and inappropriate behavior during physical examinations.
Students Hibernate as Record-Breaking Cold Snap Chills Boston
Harvard students and infrastructure were rocked by gusting winds and sub-zero temperatures this weekend as an arctic blast affected the Boston area Friday and Saturday, breaking records for the region.
‘The Sky is Crying’: In Boston and Cambridge, Harvard Students Mourn Tyre Nichols
Dozens of Harvard students mourned the death of Tyre D. Nichols — the 29-year-old Black skateboarder and photographer who died after being beaten by Memphis police officers following a traffic stop — in a vigil in front of Memorial Church on a drizzly Sunday evening.