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Published in : 2018-02-13 | by TheHarvardCrimson
We hit the Yard to find out once and for all: Do Harvard students have love lives? Video by Justin F. González, Amy Y. Li, Kai R. McNamee, Lu Shao, Nicholas H. Nava, and Rory Wakeford | The...
Published in : 2018-01-22 | by TheHarvardCrimson
The Harvard Crimson visits Newell Boathouse on the Charles River to take a closer look at the Harvard men's lightweight crew team. Video by Allison G. Lee | The Harvard Crimson.
Published in : 2017-12-01 | by TheHarvardCrimson
We spent fifteen (ish) seconds with each of Fifteen Minutes Magazine's picks for the Most Interesting members of the Class of 2018.
Published in : 2016-12-03 | by TheHarvardCrimson
Fifteen Minutes Magazine talks to fifteen of the most interesting students in the Harvard Class of 2017. Video by Isabella S. Beroutsos, Cynthia Guo, Marinda Horan and Alana M. Steinberg. ...
Published in : 2015-12-10 | by TheHarvardCrimson
The 15 Most Interesting Seniors in the Harvard Class of 2016.
Published in : 2015-04-13 | by TheHarvardCrimson
Students gathered in the MAC Quad on Sunday to celebrate Holi. Organized by Harvard Dharma, hundreds of students gathered to throw paint and celebrate the Indian holiday. Camera by Alana M....
Published in : 2014-11-26 | by TheHarvardCrimson
For one day a year, Harvard is a sports school. This past Saturday, the 131st playing of The Game lived up to its hype, as a wild second half ended with Harvard in sole possession of the Ivy...
Published in : 2010-06-15 | by TheHarvardCrimson
Eric Balderas '13, an undocumented student at Harvard, sits down with The Crimson to discuss his recent detainment and possible deportation to Mexico.
Published in : 2011-04-18 | by TheHarvardCrimson
The Crimson sits down with two cast members from HBO's The Wire, Andre Royo and Jamie Hector, to learn about their experience on the show, thoughts on its educational influence and more.
Published in : 2015-06-04 | by TheHarvardCrimson
Hear two members of the Harvard Republican Club discuss their political views and experiences as self-identified conservatives at Harvard College. Sidni M. Frederick/The Harvard Crimson.