The Harvard Gazette
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The Harvard Gazette is the official news outlet of Harvard University. Formerly a print publication, it is now a web site. It highlights innovation and discovery in teaching, learning, and research.  Initiated in 1906, it was originally a weekly calendar of news and events. In 1968 it became a newspaper.
- https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/harvard-gazette/ Media Bias report
- https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2019/5/27/other-publications-1969/ "A ‘Counterpoint’: The Birth of Alternative Media Outlets Amid a ‘Highly Politicized’ Harvard"
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