Today, as Harvard returns to in-person classes, The Crimson’s first print issue since spring 2020 can be found on news racks across campus.
The Lyndon Baines Johnson Department of Education building in Washington, D.C.
Police investigate a vehicle-pedestrian crash on Memorial Drive on Monday.
The proposed drainpipe would more than double the diameter of the current pipe, above, which flows out just north of the Western Avenue Bridge.
The new pipe would have an outfall on state-owned parkland in front of Soldiers Field Rd. and the offices of Sanofi-Genzyme.
Exactly one year ago, Harvard administrators informed undergraduates that they would need to evacuate campus in just five days, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. From March 10 to 15, 2020, students packed up their rooms, made travel arrangements, and said goodbye to their friends and classmates. The Crimson’s Multimedia Editors documented those hectic five days, and one year later, they revisited some of the same locations to capture the new normal on campus.
History professor Fredrik Logevall (right) spoke with Pulitzer-prize winning historian and biographer Jon E. Meacham (left) about the political maturation of former President John F. Kennedy ’40 at a virtual Harvard Kennedy School forum Tuesday.
Students living on campus conduct self-administered Covid-19 tests three times a week using kits designed by Color Genomics. The Broad Institute then processes the tests, allowing Color to notify students of their test results, often within a day.
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