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.
Bathed in crimson light and huddled around an evening campfire, “Eve” and “Zade” — played by Taylor Phillips ’13 and Matt Bialo ’15 — take an apocalyptic stroll through a forest filled with a dark wonder and pathos in the Adams House Pool Theater production of “In the Dark.”
For the fourth consecutive season, the Harvard men's basketball team has clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title, as the Crimson topped Columbia, 80-47, before a sold-out crowd at Lavietes Pavilion this evening.
The Office for the Arts’ 15,010-square-foot ceramics studio was dedicated on Wednesday, with Harvard President Drew Faust addressing a large crowd at the Allston facility.
Transgender actress Laverne Cox visited campus to discuss her breakout role on the acclaimed Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black.”
Interim College Dean Donald H. Pfister touched base with students on a Harvard shuttle bus this week.
Harvard University announced today that alumnus Kenneth Griffin, A.B. ’89, founder and chief executive officer of Citadel, has made the largest gift in Harvard College history. The $150 million gift is principally focused on supporting Harvard’s financial aid program.
Laverne Cox, who stars as Sophia Burset, the imprisoned African-American, transgender woman in the critically acclaimed Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black,” will discuss her life and career with Harvard students on Feb. 24 at Farkas Hall.
Under the cover of darkness, Harvard’s campus is transformed. Shadows cast by lamplight and moonlight create a Hitchcockian atmosphere when rendered in ...
Losses mourned at Memorial Church vigil.
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The Fromm Players at Harvard presents its annual two-concert series of new music works February 28 and March 1 at 8 p.m. in John Knowles Paine Concert ...
The Harvard Alumni Association and HarvardX are launching an experimental online learning and engagement site for University alumni.
In response to recent tragedies, the Harvard Chaplains Office will hold a "Vigil of Prayer and Remembrance" on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Church.
Kenneth I. Chenault, J.D.’76, and Karen Gordon Mills, A.B. ’75, M.B.A. ’77, have been elected to become members of the Harvard Corporation, the University announced today.
For 10 days in January, near the end of Winter break but just before classes resumed, students across Harvard took advantage of a wide array of programming that ranged from artistic and creative pursuits to career and professional development opportunities, recreational activities, and practical skills development.
Capping his lauded Harvard lectureship, “Hidden in Plain View: Meanings in American Music,” musician Wynton Marsalis visited the Phillips Brooks House for an intimate conversation about his hometown of New Orleans.
Students at Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School host the first University-wide conference on LGBTQ issues.
The proposed 2014–2015 market rents will increase on average 5 percent relative to last year, across the 3,000-unit Harvard University Housing portfolio. Most current Harvard University Housing tenants who choose to extend their lease for another year will receive either a 4 percent increase or will be charged the new market rent for their apartment, whichever rent is lower.
Harvard Kennedy School students embrace January courses, describing them as intense and a “much more immersive, engaging experience.”
Students who attended "Treasures of the Loeb Music Library," a Wintersession event hosted by Library Assistant Peter Laurence, Reference and Digital ...