Teens from The Hip Hop Transformation program visited the Hutchins Center’s Hiphop Archive and Research Institute at Harvard to learn about the culture’s history and make their own music.
Harvard Square dive bar Charlie’s Kitchen has one waitress as legendary as itself.
Researchers gave Boston students some lessons in scientific method during an event at the Hennigan Elementary School in Jamaica Plain.
The two farmers' markets at Harvard have reopened for the summer.
Nearly 400 sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders from 15 schools across Boston and Cambridge visited Harvard Medical School as part of the annual program Reflection in Action: Building Healthy Communities. The program works to expand students’ knowledge of health and public health issues.
Three Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students who interned in Harvard’s marine biology labs during the spring recently shared their semester-long projects with their teachers, Harvard mentors, and family members.
For more than 15 years, Harvard’s Summer Youth Employment Program has been helping local teens develop positive work habits, establish networks, and gain motivation and real-world experience, as well as earn a paycheck.
Local students visited the Harvard campus to celebrate their partnership with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and to present their final science and engineering projects.
Harvard Professor Laura Nasrallah encouraged a crowd at the Harvard Allston Education Portal to consider the historical letters of Christian texts — an effort she explores in her HarvardX course “Letters of Paul.”
A gathering on May 5 marked the distribution of grants by the Harvard Allston Partnership Fund, with 11 nonprofits receiving support totaling $100,000.
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At the annual Allston-Brighton Legislators’ Breakfast on May 2, nine area residents were honored by the Allston-Brighton Adult Education Coalition.
Five Harvard doctoral students from across the University have been named 2014-15 recipients of the Julius B. Richmond Fellowships from the Center on the ...
Volunteers from the Harvard community joined together on April 25 to make the 12th annual Boston Shines a success. With 75 pairs of hands, they did just that.
When Peter K. Bol was in college, a revolution halfway around the world changed his life. Bol, the Charles H. Carswell Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, explored the history of China at a HarvardX for Allston talk earlier this month at the Harvard Allston Education Portal.
As Massachusetts and the nation remember the tragic events at last year’s Boston Marathon, Harvard runners are getting ready to move ahead the best way they know: together.
Annual dinner honors Harvard staff who became U.S. citizens with help from the Harvard Bridge Program and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics.
Utopian worlds, sign-language poetry, and DNA origami — the subjects are as fascinating and varied as the students who explore them. The Carpenter Center presents “From Here,” an exhibition of thesis projects by seven graduating seniors from VES. The exhibit continues through May 29.
Now in its 30th year, CityStep will hold its annual year-end performance at Sanders Theatre this weekend. Tonight and Saturday more than 150 Cambridge middle school students will perform.
Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students talked with Harvard researchers using the deep-sea submarine Alvin to explore the Gulf of Mexico.
A panel discussion served as the launchpad for the Harvard Alumni Association’s annual global month of service, with gatherings planned worldwide.