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The Harvard Crimson office Seal of The Harvard Crimson corporation Any student who volunteers and completes a series of requirements known as the "comp" is elected an editor of the newspaper. If an editor makes news, he or she is referred to in the paper's news article as a "Crimson editor", which, though important for transparency, also leads to characterizations such as "former President John F.
Kennedy '40, who was also a Crimson editor, ended the Cuban Missile Crisis. This process is referred to as the "turkey shoot" or the "shoot". The unsigned opinions of "The Crimson Staff" are decided at tri-weekly meetings that are open to any Crimson editor except those editors who plan to write or edit a news story on the same topic in the future.
The Crimson is one of the only college newspapers in the U. At the beginning of The Crimson began publishing with a full-color front and back page, in conjunction with the launch of a major redesign. The Crimson also prints over fifteen other publications on its presses.
The Crimson has a rivalry with the Harvard Lampoonwhich it refers to in print as a "semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine". Kennedy of the Class of who served as a business editor and Franklin D.
Roosevelt who served as president of the newspaperClass of Writer Cleveland Amory was president of The Crimson; when Katharine Hepburn's mother asked him what he planned to do after college, he says he replied teasingly that "once you had been president of The Harvard Crimson in your senior year at Harvard there was very little, in after life, for you.
The Crimson is a nonprofit organization that is independent of the university.
All decisions on the content and day-to-day operations of the newspaper are made by undergraduates. The student leaders of the newspaper employ several non-student staff, many of whom have stayed on for many years and have come to be thought of as family members by the students who run the paper.
The Crimson is composed of 10 boards: The Columbia Daily Spectatorfounded inclaims to be the second-oldest college daily.
The Brown Daily Heraldestablished in and daily sinceclaims to be the second-oldest college newspaper and fifth-oldest college daily. The Cornell Daily Sunlaunched inclaims to be the "oldest independent college newspaper".
The Dartmouth of Dartmouth Collegewhich opened in as a monthly, calls itself the oldest college newspaper, though not the oldest daily, and makes a claim to institutional continuity with a local eighteenth-century paper called the Dartmouth Gazette.
The Crimson traces its origin to the first issue of The Magenta, published January 24,despite strong discouragement from the Dean. The faculty of the College had suspended the existence of several previous student newspapers, including the Collegian, whose motto Dulce et Periculum "sweet and dangerous" represented the precarious place of the student press at Harvard University in the late nineteenth century.
The Magenta's editors declined Dean Burney's advice and moved forward with a biweekly paper, "a thin layer of editorial content surrounded by an even thinner wrapper of advertising". The paper changed its name to The Crimson in when Harvard changed its official color by a vote of the student body—the announcement came with a full-page editorial announcing " magenta is not now, and The Crimson included more substance in the s, as the paper's editors were more eager to engage in a quality of journalism like that of muckraking big-city newspapers; it was at this time that the paper moved first from a biweekly to a weekly, and then to a daily in InThe Crimson switched from a fortnightly publication to a daily newspaper.
Twentieth century[ edit ] The paper flourished at the beginning of the twentieth century with the acquisition of its own and current building on Plympton Street inthe purchase of Harvard Illustrated Magazine and the establishment of the editorial board in The addition of this and the editorial board brought the paper to become, in essence, the modern Crimson.
The newspaper's president no longer authored editorials single-handedly, and the paper took stronger editorial positions. The s and s were dark years for The Crimson; reduced financial resources and competition from a publication established by ex-editors meant serious challenges to the paper's viability.
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