Crimson staff writer
ChatGPT, Cheating, and the Future of Education
Professors are grappling with whether to ban ChatGPT or let students use it. But beyond this semester, larger questions loom. Will AI simply become another tool in every cheater’s arsenal, or will it radically change what it means to learn?
The (Un)Official Harvard Dictionary: Fifteen Words and Where They Came From
As with any other language, each Harvard term or phrase has a complex backstory that reveals something about campus culture.
The Radical Feminist Magazine You've Never Heard of
During the three years of its existence, The Rag played a powerful role in campus culture. The collective created a space for women to play with radical ideas and reckon with pressing issues, while the magazine added a distinct voice to the college’s fraught discourse. Despite its short life, The Rag expanded what feminism could be at Harvard.
A Gentile's First Seder
We take turns dipping karpas (parsley, to symbolize springtime and rebirth) into saltwater (to symbolize the bitterness of tears shed during enslavement) and eating it. Everyone else seems to know what they’re doing, but I can’t tell if I’m messing something up.
Fist-Bumping and Broom-Stacking: FM Learns to Curl
Curling, we learn, is a lot like bowling, except more complicated, played in teams, and on ice.
Mom, I Just Got River'd
I know, I know — it used to be different. Back when you were here, everyone wanted to get river’d. But this isn’t the ’90s: Now, the Quad is the place to be.
‘JOSE’ Review: J Balvin Reveals the Man Behind the Hits
Who is the man behind the hits? The songs on J Balvin's latest album paint an expansive portrait.