“Young superstars” from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences speculate about Harvard circa 2036
Hearing a priest speak about his vocation changes an undergraduate’s world view.
A panel addresses cultural misunderstandings and Arab “emancipation.”
Harvard’s initiative to enhance learning and teaching begins.
The film Raising Renee is the product of a collaboration forged at the Radcliffe Institute.
Composer John Austin debuts his first opera at Memorial Church.
A faculty photography exhibit will be on display through March 15.
Roads not taken during a January on campus
The Homeland actress was at the center of the annual Hasty Pudding parade.
Two past contestants from the TV show The Biggest Loser spoke at Harvard about their experiences and to give advice on weight loss.
The president stresses the importance of a liberal-arts education at the University of Mumbai.
Citing safety hazards, the movement’s weather-proof dome is dismantled.
Results of the election will be announced at the HAA’s annual meeting on May 24.
Her work saved countless premature babies and inspired other women in medicine.
Prints from the twentieth-century photographer will be shown through the spring.