Steven Coit's portraits diversify Harvard's walls, and the 1947 football team defies racism.
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Chemist Charles Lieber and his colleagues have developed a nanoscale transistor so small it can enter, probe, and communicate with cells without harming them.
A multidimensional poverty index, based on the ideas of Amartya Sen, reveals a different map of the world's poor.
At Children's Hospital Boston, a video game offers emotionally explosive youths methods of self-control.
The senior governing board revises its "composition, structure, and practices."
A new squash coach has arrived from Canada.
Highlights from a recent report on faculty development and diversity
A quarter of the eligible senior faculty accept Harvard's retirement offer.
Leaders of research libraries, foundations, and national cultural institutions gathered at Harvard to discuss the feasibility of creating a national digital library.
The Task Force on University Libraries recommends a coordinated management structure for the entire system.
Headlines from Harvard history
The University's annual financial report portrays an institution adapting to an era of reduced revenues and expenses.
The University's offerings will refinance debt and finance various capital projects.
HBS building boomlet and innovation lab, Rhodes and Marshall Scholars, HMS Center for Primary Care, studying "institutional corruption," and other University news
The Undergraduate and her law-student mom ponder career choices.
Recognition for three distinguished contributors
A spectacular kickoff return inspirits another triumph over Yale.
A tense thriller, with ballerinas
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Librettist John Weidman writes books for the best.
"In Motion: The Experience of Travel," by Tony Hiss, makes the case for mindful attention to one's environs—even the most ordinary.
Avi Steinberg's memoir of life as a prison librarian
An update on alumni on Capitol Hill
A three-day summit draws more than 400 participants from across six decades.
The fourth annual gathering focuses on the global economy in the Middle East.
Harvard's Cuban-American Undergraduate Student Association hosts its first alumni conference.
Early information on Commencement
Shared Interest Group winter events
Constance Adams seeks creative solutions for extreme problems, and new ideas for this planet.
Daniel Rasmussen's new book rescues the forgotten facts of the largest slave revolt in U.S. history.
Stephanie Kaplan, Windsor Hanger, and Annie Wang founded and run the popular Internet site Her Campus.
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