Parents’ emotions range from joy to wistfulness as Harvard students part from them to begin the new school year.
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.
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.
The heat is on at Harvard, but it's summer students, faculty, and international guests are keeping — and looking — quite cool.
The Harvard Museum of Natural History has opened a permanent exhibition of the glass sea creatures created by famed artists Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka more than a century ago.
In a question-and-answer session, Harvard’s first Title IX officer, Mia Karvonides, discusses the new University-wide policy and procedures in that area.
Harvard University has unveiled a University-wide policy and set of procedures to prevent sexual harassment, including sexual violence related to gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Memorial Church has gained another dimension of resonance with the installation of a new bell.
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Visitors to the Materials Collection at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Frances Loeb Library will never be admonished to look without ...
Harvard University captures some of its most memorable moments from the 2013-14 academic year.
House renewal is one of the largest and most ambitious capital improvement campaigns in Harvard College history, aiming to transform the student experience by ensuring that each House can strongly support the learning and living needs of the modern undergraduate.
A look at the early history of Harvard diplomas.
Extensive outreach within the Harvard community is beginning to shape the development of the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center as a cornerstone addition to President Drew Faust’s Common Spaces initiative.
As part of the traditional daylong May Day celebration, a poetry reading by the Lowell House Poemical Society took place May 1 at Lowell House, with festivities also featuring an early morning waltz on the Weeks Bridge, a bacchanal, and a recital with the historic Lowell House bells.
The Gazette sat down with the new director of Harvard’s Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Alicia Oeser, to discuss the dual mission of providing support services to those who have experienced sexual assault and offering education and outreach programs to decrease the incidence of sexual assault on campus.
Harvard University will invest new resources immediately to expand and strengthen its Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, President Drew Faust announced.
Marianne Bergonzi first tried yoga when she was 50 years old. Describing the experience as life-changing, Bergonzi soon began teaching classes. “I knew I had to pass the yogic philosophy on to people who [may] never get a chance to learn the body, mind, and breath connection.”
Nearly 82 percent of the students admitted to the Class of 2018 will matriculate at Harvard College, which would be the highest percentage to attend since slightly more than 83 percent of those admitted to the Class of 1973 came in 1969.