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During Wintersession, students learn to make and use the technology that revolutionized human life. The atlatl, or spear-thrower, is a 10,000-year-old tool developed independently across the globe by cultures from the Arctic to New Zealand. The workshop takes place in the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Andrew Majewski (pictured), the workshop instructor, demonstrates how to throw an atlatl during the workshop.

Hurtling back through time

Wintersession course on the atlatl gives students a hunter’s-eye view of 10,000 B.C.


The Harvard debate team.

It’s seriously debatable

Members of the champion Harvard Debate Council must research endlessly, analyze quickly, and talk both smartly and rapidly


Tuition Assistance Program alumna Laura Buso

Staying curious for 40+ years

University’s Tuition Assistance Program celebrates anniversary of offering lifelong learning


Choirmaster conducts Harvard choir during Christmas service in Memorial Church.

Here they came a-caroling

Holiday spirit fills renewed Memorial Church, as services raise $10,000 for crisis center


Nicole Merhill and Bill McCants

Title IX report released

Office reorganization expands outreach and services to Harvard community