The satirist and comedian Al Franken has a new role: statesman.
"Active learning" may overthrow the style of teaching that has ruled universities for 600 years.
Brief life of a feisty mountaineer: 1859-1925
From causes to clinical applications and treatment, Harvard researchers investigate traumatic brain injury.
Time to restore American higher education’s lost mission
Early spring events at and around Harvard
New England mountain, river, and woodland adventures
President Faust's first visit to the South Asian nation highlights research and curricular connections old and new.
Profile of a scholar and adviser to presidents on energy policy and climate change policy
Displaying a fascinating body of work
Masterworks of Japanese painting on display for the Cherry Blossom Festival's centennial
Headlines from Harvard's history
Excerpt from Harvard Medical School Dean Joseph Martin's memoir
Competition for Allston development, College admissions, Old Leverett House renewal, primate care, and more
Discovering diverse concerns outside the bubble of campus life
Lacrosse and soccer star Melanie Baskind scores with synergy.
Account of the first game at Fenway Park in 1912, Harvard vs. Red Sox
New book shows how baseball words apply to all of life.
A new book shatters myths about art theft.
A gritty Western depicts a brief, violent crusade.
LA comedy writer Megan Amram has mastered the form of the Twitter joke.
Some of Megan Amram's twitter gems.
How Anthony Malkin ’84 engineered the largest “green” retrofit ever
Reducing heating and cooling loads is the first step in the engineering design sequence of any energy efficient building retrofit
Nominations for Harvard Overseers and HAA Elected Directors
Honors for Harvard Club and Shared Interest Group stalwarts and innovators
A special invitation for reunion-year alumni and their families
Be The Change CEO Kevin Jennings ’85 speaks at Wintersession.
News from Shared Interest Groups
Autism tightened the bond between Tom and Ezra Fields-Meyer and led to a moving book.
Utpal Sandesara and Tom Wooten uncover a dam-disaster cover-up.
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