The Class of 2018 gathered at Freshman Convocation to hear from University leaders on the challenges and opportunities ahead.
At the Harvard Divinity School’s Convocation, speaker emphasizes the importance of faith in a troubled world.
Revitalized Stone Hall wins platinum level LEED certification. The project was also honored by the Cambridge Historical Commission as part of its annual Preservation Awards Program for the extraordinary efforts undertaken to conserve and protect Cambridge’s historic architecture.
Panelists discuss how to make inclusion a central part of workplace culture.
The Gazette recently sat down with Professor Alison Johnson to discuss her committee, which is charged with examining issues of sexual misconduct and other forms of gender discrimination for Harvard College and the rest of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Parents’ emotions range from joy to wistfulness as Harvard students part from them to begin the new school year.
Sue J. Goldie, the founding faculty director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, will become director of the new Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University, and special adviser to the provost on global health education and learning.
To create a more sustainable campus, the College will implement composting in all freshman dormitories.
The members of Harvard’s Class of 2018 arrive and move into their dorms, where they are welcomed by University leaders.
As freshmen move into dorms in and around the Yard, fellow students, faculty, and administrators offer tips on how best to adjust to the Harvard experience, from maintaining basic wellness to exploring the vast resources Harvard has to offer.
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This summer, 51 local high school students and recent graduates spent the school break working in various departments across Harvard’s Cambridge and Allston campuses as part of the Summer Youth Employment Program.
The Harvard Allston Education Portal provides camp scholarships to young residents of Allston and Brighton over the summer. This year a soccer school and a swimming and tennis academy were among the camp offerings.
Harvard Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Nicolau Sevcenko died on Aug. 13 at his home in São Paulo. He was 61.
Summer camps run by the Phillips Brooks House Association are making a difference for youths across Boston and Cambridge.
Hugh Calkins, an alumnus of Harvard College and Harvard Law School and a longtime member of the Harvard Corporation and Board of Overseers, passed away on Aug. 4.
Harvard’s Summer School offers students young and old access to the University’s archives, museums, and libraries, as well as more than 300 courses.
Dan Shore, who has been Harvard’s chief financial officer and vice president for finance, will leave the University this fall.
From handmade doughnuts to chocolate made from stoneground cocoa to organic produce, the food sold at the Harvard University Farmers Market comes from places both as near as Somerville and as far away as Bolivia, Belize, and the Dominican Republic.
J. Woodland “Woody” Hastings, the Paul C. Mangelsdorf Professor of Natural Sciences Emeritus in Harvard’s Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, passed away on Wednesday, according to his family. He was 87.
The Boston Refugee Youth Enrichment summer camp, one of 12 Summer Urban Program camps offered by the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), is helping ...