The Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) is planning the next events in its Your Harvard series of gatherings with alumni groups in Atlanta, Boston, and Toronto.
The student group Science in the News recently held a daylong conference as part of its mission to make the research behind important breakthroughs accessible and understandable to non-scientists.
The Harvard community celebrates John A. Paulson’s $400 million gift to boost the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the University’s largest donation ever.
The University in 2014-15 saw milestones with the reopening of the Harvard Art Museums and the renaming of the T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Harvard's Schools are hammering out construction projects to meet modern educational needs.
The massive library, which rose after the Titanic sank, remains a linchpin of learning and conservation at Harvard.
Narrated by John Lithgow ’67, this visual love letter to libraries celebrates books and those who watch over them while marking the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library, Harvard’s flagship library.
HARMONY — one of Phillips Brooks House Association’s more than 70 volunteer programs — provides instrumental and vocal instruction for children in the Cambridge Public Schools.
Harvard students with ties to Nepal have joined a multicampus response to the devastation wrought by two major earthquakes.
Harvard’s motto, Veritas, has a long — and for two centuries, invisible — history.
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At the fourth annual School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Design and Project Fair, hundreds of students representing 18 Harvard courses presented projects.
Students in “The Humanities Colloquium: Essential Works 2” received an education both in and out of the classroom.
Arts First, Harvard’s spring weekend festival, embraces creativity, audience participation.
Harvard's Lowell House Opera is the longest continually performing opera company in New England.
The 24th annual Harvard Invitational ballroom competition, organized by the University’s ballroom team, happened in downtown Boston April 11 and 12.
A Harvard College freshman reflects on a year of people, professors, pacing, and appreciating.
At Harvard, the commitment to a healthier, more sustainable campus is ingrained in the culture, how people learn, work, and live. Initiatives across the University’s Schools and departments bring faculty, students, and staff together in creating solutions with the ultimate goal of enhancing the well-being of everyone in the Harvard community.
For the next week, Daniel Chester French’s iconic statue will be animated by the faces, voices, and gestures of Harvard students as part of “John Harvard Projection,” a video installation created by artist and Harvard Graduate School of Design Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko.
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.