The Harvard Crimson will name its first black president in over fifty years, according to outgoing Crimson president Kristina Moore.
Malcom Glenn, a Harvard junior and associate sports editor, will take over the position in January.
Ms. Moore told Media Mob this afternoon: "It’s important because we’ve focused on diversity and diversifying our newsroom Read More
On the afternoon of Saturday, Nov. 17, with a convincing victory over Yale, Harvard concluded its first unbeaten season since 1913 and also won the Ivy League Championship. That is a considerable step forward, and an occasion for rejoicing among all those who love and care about the great institution on the bank of the Read More
(1) A Summons From Cheever . You could think of it as the Skull and Bones of sporting events. In the sense that the Harvard-Yale game bears about as much relation to other football games as the legendary secret society tomb of Skull and Bones does to some Greek frat house. In other words, “The Read More