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Samuels To Lead 140th Crimson Guard

Robert S. Samuels '14 will lead the newly elected 140th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the paper's president announced on Friday.

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The Crimson staff celebrates the election of Robert S. Samuels '14 in its Newsroom.

Winthrop

One-sided Geniuses, Hitler's Strength Declines, Kennedy at Harvard

Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.

Barack Obama
Politics

College Papers Overwhelmingly for President Obama

In response to The Crimson Editorial Board's endorsement of President Barack Obama, Flyby decided to look into trends among college paper presidential endorsements. The Crimson endorsed Obama last Monday. On Tuesday, the Yale Daily News also threw their support behind the president. (Note: Both The Crimson and the YDN start their editorials with "Four years ago..." Flyby is calling copy-cat.) Other Ivy League paper endorsements of Obama have come from The Columbia Spectator, The Brown Daily Herald, and The Daily Princetonian.

Electoral Map as Reported by The Crimson Student Poll
City Politics

Obama Wins Big in Harvard Student Election Poll

More than three-fourths of Harvard students picked Barack Obama for president in a Crimson poll, a landslide result paralleled in real life only by Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s win in the election of 1936.

Books

Flu Epidemic, FDR, Sputnik, and More

Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.

Politics

Early Computers at Harvard—and 40 Years Later, at The Crimson

Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.

Football

Found in The Crimson's Archives

The Crimson has been doing some summer cleaning around the building and found this classic picture (on the left) from ...

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Crimson To Launch 128 Year Archive

A new archiving project by The Harvard Crimson is drawing controversy for its employment of Cambodian typists. The Crimson, the

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Full-Time Employees Give 14 Plympton a Sense of Continuity, History

Most Crimson employees stay with the million-dollar corporation for less than four years, but three employees have devoted a collective

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Handwriting, Lead Slugs Give Way to Computerized Production

For an organization three years older than the telephone, The Crimson has seen its share of technological change. And along

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