Renewal work will begin on Winthrop House soon, as plans are detailed.
Officials unveiled a painting of Richard Theodore Greener, Harvard College’s first African-American graduate, in Annenberg Hall.
Harvard Business School students, staff, and faculty are known for their sleek, polished style - sometimes with a hint of the unexpected.
SurgiBox, a collapsible, safe, and aseptic surgery device, won this year’s $70,000 grand prize in the President’s Challenge.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James and Harvard President Drew Faust signed an agreement Friday to bring the Air Force ROTC program officially to campus.
In myriad ways, Harvard is working across its campus to reduce energy use, curb climate change.
In Harvard’s Foodbetter program, faculty and administrators join forces to inspire a healthy, sustainable, and just food system at home and abroad.
The Lemann Foundation, which has supported Harvard University for many years, announced an expansion of financial aid to undergraduate and graduate students from Brazil, among other initiatives.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education and Cambridge Rindge and Latin School are collaborating on a program that brings history to life through the Harvard Art Museums’ collections.
In recognition of the Boston Marathon bombings and as part of One Boston Day, Harvard police officer and affiliated minister Kevin Bryant offered hope to the community during the University’s Morning Prayers service at Memorial Church’s Appleton Chapel.
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Harvard University has received unanimous final approval from the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) for its planned Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) in Allston.
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus reflected on the longstanding relationship between Harvard and the Navy during an address to mark the fifth anniversary of the Navy ROTC program’s return to campus.
Students and donors gathered for the Celebration of Scholarships, an annual dinner where financial aid recipients spend an evening with their benefactors.
A student-led art installation, conceived in response to the Report on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, goes into the Houses this week, then out for public viewing at Tercentenary Theatre later this month.
Immediately following Commencement, Memorial Church will close as, for the remainder of the calendar year, it undergoes renovations.
When portraits on institutional “walls of fame” are almost exclusively of white men, it sends a message that can have psychological and performance effects, two researchers said at a recent Diversity Dialogue.
Harvard officials unveil a plaque as part of efforts to recognize the lives and contributions that enslaved people have made to the University.
Huntington Lambert, dean of the Harvard Extension School, discusses the highlights of his first three years on the job, the opportunities available to students through the Division of Continuing Education, and the role of digital technology in lifelong learning.
A portrait of the late Rev. Peter J. Gomes, the Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church for almost 40 years, was unveiled at the Faculty Room in University Hall. It is the first portrait of a non-white person in the iconic, stately room.
Dunster House is the first House to be completely renewed, informed by test projects that transformed Stone Hall at Quincy House and McKinlock Hall at Leverett House.