A sample in images from the abundance of hats — Panama, pillbox, porkpie, and more — in Harvard’s holdings.
According to the University’s Sustainability Report, released online today, various conservation measures and behavior changes have already contributed to 60 percent of Harvard’s progress in meeting its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2016.
Harvard’s Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault is launching a survey of the student body to determine the prevalence of sexual assault, harassment, and related misconduct at Harvard in an effort to not only gain a better understanding of the magnitude of the problem, but to inform efforts at prevention.
A new arts concentration will offer classes this fall, and students will be able to declare the concentration officially in December.
After five years of gathering input from students, faculty, and staff, after lengthy planning, and after careful thinking about the best way to support undergraduates, the Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC) will return to Harvard College oversight starting July 1.
Scholars from Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y., were thrust in the spotlight when photographer Brandon Stanton, the founder of the popular blog “Humans of New York,” featured eighth-grader Vidal Chastanet describing his admiration for principal Nadia Lopez.
About 200 middle school students from Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brooklyn, N.Y., visited Harvard to sample what a university can offer.
A new suite at Adams House captures the spirit of the late poet Seamus Heaney and offers students a quiet space in which to write and reflect.
Harvard will convene a panel at Sanders Theatre on April 13 to discuss the wide-ranging concerns surrounding climate change.
Jonathan Haber documented his year of studying philosophy, detailing his experience completing the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree using Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, and other forms of free learning.
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Shaun Harper, executive director of the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at the University of Pennsylvania, addressed “Fostering an Inclusive Campus Environment: From Magical Thinking to Strategy and Intentionality” as the inaugural presenter for the Harvard College Visiting Scholar Program on March 5.
Harvard Medical School’s light-filled Gordon Hall reflects how students once learned.
Harvard President Drew Faust delivered Morning Prayers on Friday, offering those gathered in Appleton Chapel for the solemn service a deeply personal reflection on her experience with the Civil Rights Movement 50 years ago.
First-generation students bring lessons to Harvard ― of resilience, perseverance, and of talent’s universality.
Matthew DeShaw ’18 writes about making room for his passions, and listening to mentors, in his shopping-week decisions.
The newly renovated Barker Arts Café, brainchild of Diana Sorensen and the Humanities Project, aims to be a bohemian locus of student activity and conversation around the arts and humanities at Harvard College, and it is succeeding. Miles Hewitt, a sophomore English concentrator in Pforzheimer House, is a student musician who performed his original work at the café.
The renewal process is beginning for Winthrop House, one of Harvard’s oldest undergraduate dorms.
Around Harvard these days, the talk among administrators and facilities managers isn’t about the last snowstorm, as punishing it was. And it isn’t about the one before that, or the one before that. It’s about the next one.
Harvard student comics just flew in from the coast, and, man, are their arms tired.
Amid festivities, Harvard Skate opens its popular outdoor rink for another season.