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Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeough, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks.

Potent punters: Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeogh, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks. 

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard defeats Cornell in its third straight win.

10.13.19 | Sports
An early group photo of Band members wearing bowler hats

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(1 of 13) Sporting staid bowlers, early Harvard Band members pose for a formal portrait.

Courtesy of the Harvard University Band

The Harvard Band celebrates a century.

10.9.19 | Music
William G. Kaelin pictured in his home in Boston shortly after receiving the call from Sweden

William G. Kaelin

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Kaelin is the forty-ninth Harvard faculty member to win the Nobel. 

10.7.19 | News

This episode of Ask a Harvard Professor poses the question: What makes a photograph art? 

10.7.19 | Podcast
 Harvard freshman Khalil Dawsey blocks the punt of Howard's Isaiah Moore.

Special teamer: Flying in, Harvard freshman Khalil Dawsey is primed to block the punt of Howard’s Isaiah Moore—one of three Crimson blocked punts that led to 21 points.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard defeats Howard in another rout.

10.6.19 | Sports
Harvard education dean Bridget Terry Long and Sesame Workshop CEO Jeffrey Dunn with a group of Muppets

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(1 of 5) Harvard Graduate School of Education dean Bridget Terry Long and Sesame Workshop CEO Jeffrey Dunn pose with Ernie, Bert, Grover, Elmo, Count von Count, and Abby Cadabby.

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Sesame Street celebrates a 50-year collaboration with Harvard.

10.4.19 | News
The Boston Globe's front page on October 2, 2019, with the headline "Harvard's admissions upheld"

The College’s admissions office does not discriminate against Asian-Americans, a federal judge ruled October 1.  

10.2.19 | News
A photograph of a glacier breaking apart in Alaska, with large chunks of ice falling into the ocean.

Hubbard Glacier, in Alaska, calves into Disenchantment Bay. Temperatures are increasing especially rapidly in the northern latitudes, with pronounced effect on glaciers and the Arctic Ice Cap. 

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The Faculty of Arts and Sciences discusses what Harvard ought to do about climate change.

10.2.19 | News
Portrait of Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Claudine Gay

Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Claudine Gay

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Claudine Gay’s annual report to the faculty outlines broad goals—and challenging circumstances.

10.1.19 | News
Supporters of affirmative action protest in Harvard Square. A poster reads, "Defend Diversity."

Supporters of affirmative action protested in Harvard Square the day before SFFA v. Harvard went to trial.

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Harvard’s admissions policies do not discriminate against Asian-American applicants, a federal judge ruled today. 

10.1.19 | News