Harvard College alum and GSD student John Wang’s “100+ Years at 73 Brattle” is now installed as the winner of the third Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition.
The fourth annual Student Late Night at the Harvard Art Museums welcomed guests with food, drink, and dance — and, of course, art.
Organized by an all-volunteer group of students, community members, and trained artists, the opera offers undergrads the opportunity to learn on the job while rubbing shoulders with seasoned professionals.
Harvard’s brightest share their stories in a new video highlighting the value of studying art and culture.
Harvard officials unveil a plaque as part of efforts to recognize the lives and contributions that enslaved people have made to the University.
Harvard University formally launched its official interactive online tour app last week. PIVOTtheWorld is a free app that allows visitors to visually experience the history of Harvard with a swipe — or pivot — of their smart phone.
Get out your calendars — here are the must-see events at Harvard this spring.
Students stay involved with sustainability on campus through REP — the Undergraduate Resource Efficiency Program — and its affiliates. REP helps students “educate their peers on issues such as energy, waste, water, food, and more through fun, personal, community-building events, competitions, and campaigns.”
A roundup of events at Harvard.
They can’t take out the trash or do the dishes, but a recent Harvard Medical School report suggests that dogs — including those living with their owners in Harvard’s Houses — can have a very healthy influence on their fellow residents.
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Harvard’s freshmen arrived on campus Tuesday, and started settling in to college life, and new routines.
The Harvard community celebrates John A. Paulson’s $400 million gift to boost the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the University’s largest donation ever.
Narrated by John Lithgow ’67, this visual love letter to libraries celebrates books and those who watch over them while marking the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library, Harvard’s flagship library.
For the next week, Daniel Chester French’s iconic statue will be animated by the faces, voices, and gestures of Harvard students as part of “John Harvard Projection,” a video installation created by artist and Harvard Graduate School of Design Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko.
Harvard President Drew Faust delivered Morning Prayers on Friday, offering those gathered in Appleton Chapel for the solemn service a deeply personal reflection on her experience with the Civil Rights Movement 50 years ago.
Harvard student comics just flew in from the coast, and, man, are their arms tired.
Here’s a sound and snapshot sample of Wintersession classes in action.
A tour of Harvard’s “haunted” Houses, in advance of Halloween.
For decades, WHRB’s radio show “Hillbilly at Harvard” has tracked old-time and country-flavored music, developing a deep and loyal following.
The Harvard School of Public Health announced its — and Harvard University’s — largest-ever gift, $350 million from The Morningside Foundation, which will rename the School and foster programs to improve health in several key areas.
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.
Harvard University captures some of its most memorable moments from the 2013-14 academic year.
HarvardX, the University-wide initiative supporting faculty experimentation in teaching and learning through technology, will launch 14 new and returning online offerings through the winter and spring.
Take a look at the breadth of religious life at Harvard, where members of the community participate in moments of worship, spirituality, and community ...
Since students moved back into Quincy House’s Stone Hall in August, after 15 months of construction, they have explored and utilized the new academic, social, and study spaces in creative ways.
Years of discussion about the need for a Harvard campus center came closer to fruition Nov. 14, when Harvard President Drew Faust announced that a donor had been found and an architect selected for an expansive facility to transform Holyoke Center. The center, expected to open in 2018, will be named for its major donors, Richard A. and Susan F. Smith.
A video documents how some Harvard students spent their free time during Wintersession, the period between academic terms that fosters creative learning.
Michael Sandel’s discussion of ‘Justice’ connects Harvard students with those in four other nations
The trees of Harvard Yard are in the midst of managed change as the once-ubiquitous elms continue their decades-long decline. Mixed species, dominated by American trees, replace them.
Hidden Spaces is part of a series about lesser-known spaces at Harvard. The classrooms in Memorial Hall are a beautiful example.
Among the top Harvard stories of 2011 was the return of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) to campus after an absence of 40 years. In March, the University signed an agreement with the Navy. By September, offices had opened in Hilles Hall for the Naval ROTC’s Old Ironsides Battalion.
Harvard University announced today that Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser have given the University $40 million to support excellence and innovation in learning and teaching at Harvard.
Harvard's NROTC midshipmen, from their first salute to their commissioning as officers, learn leadership and discipline during summer training and school-year classes.
The Harvard Farmers’ Market is back and its offerings are fresher, better than ever.
Harvard University announced on Thursday (March 3) that it will formally welcome the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) program back to campus, following the decision by Congress in December to repeal the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law regarding military service.
To make life harder for thieves and easier for pedestrians, cyclists who ride to and around campus should take advantage of the University’s parking spots and racks, remember to lock their bikes, and stay off the sidewalk.
Harvard’s pre-orientation programs point incoming freshmen to the city, the country, and the campus in an effort to give students a head start on adjusting to college life by building community through the outdoors, the arts, and more.