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Education for Sharing students play a learning game about the environment at a shelter in Norogachi, Mexico. 
Photograph courtesy of Dina Buchbinder

Dina Buchbinder Auron, M.P.A. ’16, uses sports to get children excited about solving global problems.

7.13.16

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From left: Norman Horowitz, Aristo Sham '19, and Melvin Stecher
Photograph courtesy of Hemsing Associates

Aristo Sham ’19 takes first place at the New York International Piano Competition.

7.25.16 | News

A scene from The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrence Malick ’65 and directed by Jack Pettibone Riccobono ’03, premiering July 22 in New York City at the Metrograph
Photograph courtesy of Film Movement

The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrance Malick and Natalie Portman ’03, sheds light on gang life among Native Americans. 

7.22.16 | Film

Naomi Oreskes
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Naomi Oreskes on climate change, politics, and advice for science journalists

7.20.16 | News

Education for Sharing students play a learning game about the environment at a shelter in Norogachi, Mexico. 
Photograph courtesy of Dina Buchbinder

Dina Buchbinder Auron, M.P.A. ’16, uses sports to get children excited about solving global problems.

7.13.16 | News
Katherine O'Dair

Incoming dean of students Katherine O’Dair
Courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

O’Dair will begin as the new dean of students in August. 

7.12.16 | News

For the exhibit, the library commissioned an original watercolor from Laurent de Brunhoff, showing Babar on the steps of Houghton with ABC de Babar under his arm.
Image courtesy of Houghton Library

Houghton hosts an exhibit of the green suit-wearing French elephant through August 31. 

7.7.16 | Arts

Justin Cronin Photograph ©Julie Soefer

Thanks to Harvard, according to a new fantasy epic by Justin Cronin ’84

7.5.16 | Books

Latest News

From left: Norman Horowitz, Aristo Sham '19, and Melvin Stecher
Photograph courtesy of Hemsing Associates

Aristo Sham ’19 takes first place at the New York International Piano Competition.

7.25.16 | News

A scene from The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrence Malick ’65 and directed by Jack Pettibone Riccobono ’03, premiering July 22 in New York City at the Metrograph
Photograph courtesy of Film Movement

The Seventh Fire, executive produced by Terrance Malick and Natalie Portman ’03, sheds light on gang life among Native Americans. 

7.22.16 | Film

Naomi Oreskes
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Naomi Oreskes on climate change, politics, and advice for science journalists

7.20.16 | News

Education for Sharing students play a learning game about the environment at a shelter in Norogachi, Mexico. 
Photograph courtesy of Dina Buchbinder

Dina Buchbinder Auron, M.P.A. ’16, uses sports to get children excited about solving global problems.

7.13.16 | News
Katherine O'Dair

Incoming dean of students Katherine O’Dair
Courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

O’Dair will begin as the new dean of students in August. 

7.12.16 | News

For the exhibit, the library commissioned an original watercolor from Laurent de Brunhoff, showing Babar on the steps of Houghton with ABC de Babar under his arm.
Image courtesy of Houghton Library

Houghton hosts an exhibit of the green suit-wearing French elephant through August 31. 

7.7.16 | Arts

Justin Cronin Photograph ©Julie Soefer

Thanks to Harvard, according to a new fantasy epic by Justin Cronin ’84

7.5.16 | Books

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