As his final year at Harvard begins its cycle, Matthew DeShaw ’18 finds more questions to be answered, more lessons to be learned.
Harvard College announced a $12.1 million grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to boost the College’s efforts to develop the next generation of public service leaders.
Five undergraduate women from Harvard College talk about how they spent the summer researching climate and ecological stresses.
Today the University awarded a total of 7,066 degrees and certificates.
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden tells College seniors to avoid apathy and help shape their nation, during Class Day speech in Harvard Yard.
The annual Celebration of Scholarships dinner brought together students who benefit from financial aid and donors who support the program.
Undergrads Samuel Fisch and Lance Oppenheim take over Harvard’s Instagram account to highlight Arts First and the student experience of the arts at Harvard.
The Cabot Science Library is reopening as a dynamic student commons and high-tech space for study and research.
Today, 2,056 applicants were invited to join Harvard College’s Class of 2021.
Shaunte Butler ’14 studied neurobiology as an undergraduate and is now in her first year at Yale Medical School. For the Miami native whose single mother worked two jobs to raise her children, Harvard’s generous financial aid helped make her College dreams a reality.
David Rockefeller, a business leader and prominent member of a storied family who was a generous benefactor to Harvard and once headed the Overseers, dies at 101.
It’s Housing Day 2017 at Harvard, first with dorm assignments, and then with revelry.
New leadership at the Office of Student Life brings ideas and a fresh approach to supporting students and helping them have a rich and satisfying College experience.
Applications for admission to Harvard College rose to nearly 40,000 this year, with a record 39,494 students applying, 1.2 percent more than last year.
A Wintersession course studied compassion and suffering through the lenses of dance, music, and science.
Harvard admissions officials say 938 students have been admitted early to the College to the Class of 2021, as early action thrives as a “new normal” for undergraduate admissions.
The journey to graduation can take many twists and turns, and for some, it doesn’t fit neatly into the standard four years.
Secure in his humanities concentration, junior Matthew DeShaw gains balance and confidence from internships that mixed business with pleasure.
Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana sat down with the Gazette to outline his goals for the year ahead, including the implementation of Harvard’s new single-gender organization policy, efforts to strengthen inclusion and investments in more social spaces across campus, and his life as a faculty dean of Cabot House with his wife, Stephanie.
When incoming freshman Kevin Yang learned he was accepted to Harvard College, he quickly wrote and thanked one of the people who helped him the most — Tri Huynh. As a Harvard student, Huynh, now a teacher in California, tutored Yang once a week at Harvard’s Education Portal in Allston.
The College’s new Harvard Presidential City of Boston Fellowship will create paths to meaningful public service opportunities in Boston City Hall.
Harvard President Drew Faust welcomed the College’s new crop of undergraduates during Freshman Convocation on Tuesday, urging them to embrace Veritas, with an eye toward inclusion and diversity, a goal of discovery, an openness to change, and a readiness to question assumptions and take chances.
A College senior interns on an urban farm, and learns to grow friendships as well as crops.
Katherine O’Dair has been appointed dean of students at Harvard College.
Harvard’s varied dining halls attract undergraduates because of their intriguing spaces and moods, as well as their meals.
Tim and Michele Barakett’s $25 million gift to The Campaign for Arts and Sciences will extend the impact of financial aid for undergraduates.
Take a look back at the 2015-2016 school year at Harvard, in pictures.
Native Americans from many tribes make up a small but vital segment of the Harvard community.
Professor Michael Puett has brought his popular undergraduate class on Chinese philosophy to a wider audience with “The Path.”
Photos show the many sides of Harvard's 2016 Commencement festivities.
Between the laughs, actress and writer Rashida Jones ’97 counsels the Class of 2016 to break some rules, speak up, and choose love during the annual Class Day.
Twelve Harvard seniors were formally recognized as officers in the armed forces at the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps commissioning ceremony.
Recent graduates and students discuss how a revived ROTC program enriched their Harvard College experience and taught them more than they could have imagined.
Soon to become a Fulbright scholar, Kapena Baptista ’16 finds histories in his heritage, and plans to teach.
NFL teams have signed five of Harvard’s graduating seniors.
Rivka B. Hyland '16, an Islamic Studies concentrator who is proficient in eight languages, will continue her education at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar this fall.
Harvard’s Commencement on May 26 will be twice as meaningful for Jane Brown when she shares the milestone with her son Harry Stone.
A dedicated group of students work hard to make WHRB, Harvard’s 24-hour radio station, run 365 days a year.
Nearly 80 percent of applicants admitted to the Class of 2020 have chosen to enroll at Harvard College.
To give back, extracurricular whirlwind Jesus Moran ’16 will teach in an urban school next fall.
Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana announced the appointment of the new faculty deans of Currier House. Professor Latanya Sweeney and Sylvia Barrett will take their posts this fall.
Harvard staff photographers interviewed four sets of twins currently enrolled as undergraduates at Harvard College, to gain a glimpse into these unusual relationships.
Citing the harmful impact created by gender discrimination affecting students at Harvard College, administrators announced that beginning in the fall of 2017, new students who join unrecognized single-gender social organizations will not be permitted to hold leadership positions in recognized student organizations and athletic teams.
Moiya McTier '16 blends her loves of space science and writing in a double concentration in astronomy and folklore and mythology, leading to a science fiction senior thesis.
A student-led art installation, conceived in response to the Report on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, goes into the Houses this week, then out for public viewing at Tercentenary Theatre later this month.
Jing Qiu ’16, an economics concentrator, decided to volunteer at the Phillips Brooks House Association, Harvard’s largest student organization. It changed her life.
Alan Eric Erickson, longtime librarian of the Godfrey Lowell Cabot Science Library at Harvard College, died March 23 following a brief illness; he was 88.
Andrea Ortiz '16, a Mexican immigrant who grew up in Miami, hopes to build a career that allows her to address issues of poverty, education, immigration, and crime in low-income communities in the United States.
For incoming freshmen to Harvard College’s Class of 2020, ‘start-up’ grants will help ease the pressures of everyday expenses.
Every House is best: The Class of 2019 learns their housing fate.