- The Crimson, 617-576-6600. The nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper, The Harvard Crimson publishes every morning, Monday through Friday, except on federal and University holidays.
- The Independent, 917-622-8975. As the student-run weekly newsmagazine since 1969, The Harvard Independent provides in-depth, critical coverage of issues and events of interest to the Harvard College community. The Independent has no political affiliation and offers diverse commentary on news, arts, sports, and student life.
- Harvard Guide to Your Job Search, 617-576-6600. This full color, glossy magazine is written by the Office of Careers Services and published by The Harvard Crimson with input from industry professionals and serves as the student guide to full-time and summer On-Campus Interviews. Content includes industry profiles, interview and etiquette tips, and Harvardís rules and regulations for the interview process. It is distributed from September through January to all 2,000 students who participate in the On-Campus Interview Program, and remains available at the Office of Career Services through the end of the academic year.
- Harvard Guide to Summer Opportunities, 617-496-5476. This full color magazine is written by the Office of Career Services and published by Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), the largest student-run corporation in the world. Content includes student profiles, plus advice and resources for students interested in summer internship, study, travel, research or volunteer experiences. It is distributed door-to-door to all underclassmen in mid/late October and remains available at the Office of Career Services through the end of the academic year.
Harvard Student Agencies (HSA) 617-496-5476. The largest student-run corporation in the world, HSA provides a delivery service to the various student residence houses at Harvard and will distribute posters for a fee. They will distribute them either door to door, throughout the undergraduate campus, or on kiosks and bulletin boards.
In addition to print advertising, we encourage you to connect with students through the many student organizations on campus, in addition to the Pre-Professional/Business Clubs. Feel free to contact these groups directly about working with them on programs of common interest. In the past, these programs have focused on issues such as career panels, dining etiquette dinners, dress for success presentations, networking, and employer site visits.