The Harvard-educated Black Swan star wins best actress.
The departure of Jane Harman, J.D. ’69, returns the Harvard contingent’s total to 31.
Recent grad heads west for musical date with destiny.
Harvard basketball star Jeremy Lin ’10 has signed with the NBA’s Golden State Warriors.
If confirmed, the current deputy secretary of state will face a $1.6 trillion deficit.
Taking a look at the Houghton Library holdings
A Paris Review article describes how renowned author John McPhee reads his drafts to his friend Gordon Gund ’61.
Among the winners announced yesterday were two alumni and a longtime Expository Writing preceptor.
NCAA basketball finalist Butler University has a Harvard-educated president, Bobby Fong.
A Harvard honors thesis on the Wall Street meltdown is a source for an important new book on the subject.
President Obama honors the recipients of the National Humanities Medal and the National Medal of the Arts, including six Harvard graduates, honorary-degree holders, and former fellows.
The Canadians edge out the U.S. women’s team, in a contest that featured Harvard alumnae on both sides.
Five former ice-hockey stars from Harvard are on the U.S. and Canadian Olympic teams competing at Vancouver.
Harvard ice hockey alumnus Rick Haney captains the American national team for the little-known sport, which resembles hockey but uses a ball, not a puck.
Will Johnson ’06 tackles a different sports rivalry.