Crimson staff writer
Garrett W. O’Brien
Associate Editor Garrett W. O'Brien can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where Masters Play
“If you sit down and you’re terrible, no one is going to play with you. If you’re good, then you’re in.”
‘Five Generations of Renty’
The implications of Lanier v. Harvard do not end with the daguerreotypes in the Peabody Museum. The case could dictate the future of reparations in the United States and is potentially the most important case for racial justice since Brown v. Board.
Michael A. Medaugh
When Michael A. Medaugh enters surgery on Jan. 6, he’ll place his lifelong dream — to work as an experimental surgeon — in someone else’s hands.
Dark Money, Dark Chocolate, and a Dark and Scary Night
Beneath the cartoon aesthetic of Halloween2020.org lurks a spooky spider web of special interests, and no one wants to claim authorship of the recommendations for safe trick-or-treating that it offers.
When a “Harvard Poll” Meets Fox News
How Fox News and conservative media outlets are using a recent Harvard Poll to support their own election narrative.
Quincy Dining Staff Receive Conflicting Instructions After Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19
After a staff member tested positive for COVID-19, Harvard University Dining Services employees and kitchen staff were immediately instructed by a manager to go home when they arrived at the Quincy House dining hall Tuesday morning.
The Lens: Shifting Plans
GWO attempts to establish his own type of normal upon returning to his childhood home to quarantine.