Cambridge Residents’ Division over Bike Lane Expansion Continues

The debate over bike lane expansion continued to swirl in Cambridge following the release of a long-awaited economic impact report conducted by the City Manager’s Office.

HUHS Saw Fewer Virtual Appointments, Mental Health Visits in FY 2023

Harvard University Health Services reported a decrease in the number of virtual patient visits in the 2023 fiscal year compared to 2022, according to the healthcare provider’s annual report published Wednesday.

Harvard Freshmen Will Have Swipe Access to Upperclassman Houses During ‘River Run,’ DSO Says

Freshman will have swipe access to upperclassman Houses this year during “River Run,” the Dean of Students Office wrote in a statement to The Crimson on Wednesday.





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‘And Then The Politics Came Into It’: Evolving Jewish Community Spaces at Harvard

While political tensions are pervasive to many, and dictate the actions of some, many Jewish students have remained united by the recognition of a common identity with some of those they disagree with, and an aspiration for mutual understanding.

To Pay Attention

I never thought I loved Chico. But that December day as I lay curled up in my childhood bed watching the interaction between Christine and Sister Joan on my iPad, I realized that I had paid attention to it. And if I really hated it, why did I spend so much time telling other people about it?

Hacking Harvard Bridge with Oliver R. Smoot

As a pledge, the fraternity made Smoot lay down on the bridge over 300 times, painting ticks at each smoot. Almost 70 years later, the Smoot markings remain, allowing pedestrians to measure their journey in “smoots.” According to a sign on the bridge, Cambridge and Boston are exactly 364.4 smoots apart.




Harvard Women's Tennis Roars Back: Dominant Sweeps and Redemption at 2024 ECAC Championship

Returning to its home courts this weekend for the first time since the season opener, Harvard women’s tennis (8-2) hosted the 2024 ECAC Championship at the Murr Center, hosting Ivy League foes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, and Yale. Over the three day tournament, the Crimson fell to Yale, but delivered decisive sweeps against both Cornell and Dartmouth the following days.


‘Thick With Trouble’ Review: Beauty in the Outskirts of the Ordinary

In her latest collection, Amber McBride spins together a beautiful web of interconnected pieces relating to her identity as a Black woman.

‘Picasso: War, Combat, and Revolution’ Review: Harvard Art Museums Cultivates a Chilling Representation of the Iconic Spanish Painter

The exhibition’s collaboration aims to allow students to practice critically analyzing art while also bringing striking pieces to the broader Harvard and Cambridge community.

BSO Music Director Laureate Seiji Ozawa Remembered for his Musical Legacy in Boston and Beyond

Ozawa believed in the power of music to transcend time, space, nationality, class, and even itself, focusing on the common humanity to be found through music.

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 12 Review: Old Reliable and Never Better

Babe, wake up — Larry David is back. Yes, indeed. The new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has arrived and get this: it’s pretty good.


Harvard Women's Tennis Roars Back: Dominant Sweeps and Redemption at 2024 ECAC Championship

Returning to its home courts this weekend for the first time since the season opener, Harvard women’s tennis (8-2) hosted the 2024 ECAC Championship at the Murr Center, hosting Ivy League foes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, and Yale. Over the three day tournament, the Crimson fell to Yale, but delivered decisive sweeps against both Cornell and Dartmouth the following days.

Men’s Basketball Falls to Cornell, Secures Crucial Victory Against Columbia

Harvard returned home from its weekend road trip more or less the same way it left, tied for fourth place in the Ivy League with rivals Columbia. The Crimson, however, now hold a crucial tiebreaker over the Lions, after storming back from nine-points down late in the second half to secure a 80-75 victory and complete a 2-0 season sweep.

Women’s Basketball Splits Home Matchups vs. N.Y. Rivals

Coming off back-to-back wins, Harvard women’s basketball (14-9, 7-3 Ivy) looked to continue its winning ways, playing host to a pair of New York rivals in Cornell (7-15, 1-9) and Columbia (18-5, 9-1). However, this weekend’s homestand ended with the same result as two weeks earlier, a 74-51 thrashing of the Big Red followed by an excruciating 71-63 defeat to the Lions.

Men’s Lacrosse Continues Its Hot Streak, Bests Bryant 14-13

Coming off an electric 23-7 win against Providence, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team (2-0, 0-0 Ivy) continued its hot streak with a one-goal win against No. 18 Bryant (2-1), 14-13. In what senior attacker Brennan McBride called “a full team effort,” the squad battled for a full 60 minutes against its scrappy foe.


‘Thick With Trouble’ Review: Beauty in the Outskirts of the Ordinary

In her latest collection, Amber McBride spins together a beautiful web of interconnected pieces relating to her identity as a Black woman.

‘Picasso: War, Combat, and Revolution’ Review: Harvard Art Museums Cultivates a Chilling Representation of the Iconic Spanish Painter

The exhibition’s collaboration aims to allow students to practice critically analyzing art while also bringing striking pieces to the broader Harvard and Cambridge community.

BSO Music Director Laureate Seiji Ozawa Remembered for his Musical Legacy in Boston and Beyond

Ozawa believed in the power of music to transcend time, space, nationality, class, and even itself, focusing on the common humanity to be found through music.

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 12 Review: Old Reliable and Never Better

Babe, wake up — Larry David is back. Yes, indeed. The new season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” has arrived and get this: it’s pretty good.



Harvard Women's Tennis Roars Back: Dominant Sweeps and Redemption at 2024 ECAC Championship

Returning to its home courts this weekend for the first time since the season opener, Harvard women’s tennis (8-2) hosted the 2024 ECAC Championship at the Murr Center, hosting Ivy League foes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, and Yale. Over the three day tournament, the Crimson fell to Yale, but delivered decisive sweeps against both Cornell and Dartmouth the following days.

Men’s Basketball Falls to Cornell, Secures Crucial Victory Against Columbia

Harvard returned home from its weekend road trip more or less the same way it left, tied for fourth place in the Ivy League with rivals Columbia. The Crimson, however, now hold a crucial tiebreaker over the Lions, after storming back from nine-points down late in the second half to secure a 80-75 victory and complete a 2-0 season sweep.

Women’s Basketball Splits Home Matchups vs. N.Y. Rivals

Coming off back-to-back wins, Harvard women’s basketball (14-9, 7-3 Ivy) looked to continue its winning ways, playing host to a pair of New York rivals in Cornell (7-15, 1-9) and Columbia (18-5, 9-1). However, this weekend’s homestand ended with the same result as two weeks earlier, a 74-51 thrashing of the Big Red followed by an excruciating 71-63 defeat to the Lions.

Men’s Lacrosse Continues Its Hot Streak, Bests Bryant 14-13

Coming off an electric 23-7 win against Providence, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team (2-0, 0-0 Ivy) continued its hot streak with a one-goal win against No. 18 Bryant (2-1), 14-13. In what senior attacker Brennan McBride called “a full team effort,” the squad battled for a full 60 minutes against its scrappy foe.