Campus & Community

On the Cutting Edge of History – Innovation at Harvard

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Jeremy Geidt, lecturer on dramatic arts and senior actor at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.), recounts a few memorable moments in Harvard’s history. From the first intercollegiate athletic event, to the creation and continued refining of the case method, to the invention of the iron lung, members of the Harvard community have long been at the cutting edge of discoveries in a wide variety of fields.