Suite of Japanese nature paintings draws more visitors than 1976 King Tut exhibit
Scholars from Canada and South Africa boost Harvard’s 2012 Rhodes class to half a dozen.
Manuscript, sold for $1.1 million, leaves England; magazine complements books in Harvard collection.
A report on young children’s digital media consumption, related to the work of Michael Rich
The HBS professor predicts that online education will disrupt old models.
Harvard mathematician Lakshinarayan Mahadevan and colleagues have gleaned insights into the artist’s painting technique.
Dean Evelynn M. Hammonds launches a national search for a director.
The University explores co-development in Allston that might help fund science research there, and possibly a move by the Harvard School of Public Health.
A revival of Wallace Shawn’s 1979 play Marie and Bruce has opened in New York City.
Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan has solved another everyday secret: what makes the Asiatic lily bloom.
Robert Brustein’s trilogy of Shakespeare plays reaches completion.
The musician appears on Oprah Radio and WSJ Online.
The political and cultural columnist is headed to New York magazine.
Harvard’s roster in the 112th Congress gains a second Republican representative.
President Faust says the program “ought to be fully and formally present” on campus, and voices hopes for an end to the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.