These layered and complex views can be found in plain sight on Harvard University’s campus.
Throughout April, Harvard’s Office for Sustainability has coordinated with Schools across campus to create a month worthy of being called “Earth Month.” The highlight will be Earth Day, Tuesday, in the Science Center Plaza.
Harvard President Drew Faust answered a wide range of student questions in an open meeting hosted Wednesday by the Harvard Undergraduate Council.
The renovation of Dunster House, which will be the first full House to undergo renewal, is to begin immediately after Commencement and last 15 months. The Dunster community will be relocated for the next academic year to “swing” facilities, with its temporary hub at the former Inn at Harvard, which is undergoing a complete renovation. Other House communities will also stay at the inn during future renewals.
François Englert, winner of the Nobel Prize for his work on the Higgs boson, will deliver the David M. Lee Historical Lecture in Physics on April 17 at 8 p.m.
At the Memorial Church on Tuesday, runners, students, and others paid their respects on the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A look at the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Collection at Widener Library.
Johnston Gate, Harvard’s main portal since it was finished in 1889, is getting a landscaping facelift to celebrate its 125 years.
In an effort to catalyze research into sustainable energy sources, Harvard President Drew Faust has challenged University friends and alumni to raise a $20 million Climate Change Solutions Fund and seed new approaches to confronting the threat of climate change.
President Drew Faust recently announced the creation of a University-wide task force to recommend how the University can better prevent sexual misconduct involving students. The task force will include students, faculty, and staff from across Harvard and will consult widely within the Harvard community and beyond.
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The Common Spaces Pop-up Performance Series begins on April 8, featuring six weeks of lunchtime entertainment on the plaza, just outside Harvard’s Science Center.
Harvard President Drew Faust will host a panel discussion on Monday at Sanders Theatre to consider the changing roles of women.
Between the hubbub of classes, panels, arts events, and myriad opportunities the University offers, the Harvard campus is brimming with common spaces
President Drew Faust met with members of the Graduate Student Council. She thanked the council members for their contributions to Harvard and shared her thoughts on leadership.
On a quiet Sunday morning, the sounds of strings reverberate through Currier House, emanating from the string quartet in the House’s Senior Common Room.
In an effort to dispel the notion that graduate school and careers in academia are generally beyond the reach of minority students, Harvard hosted the second Ivy Plus Symposium.
Harvard Business School has announced the launch of HBX, a digital learning initiative aimed at broadening the School’s reach and deepening its impact. In HBX, the School has created an innovative platform to support the delivery of distinctive online business-focused offerings.
We all know how hard it is to get your hands around the past. So why not put the past around your neck?
The Harvard Art Museums — comprising the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum — will open their new Renzo ...
Fall now seems like a dream in New England. It arrives and lasts, at best, for a few weeks, before relenting to Boston’s unflinching winter.