Scholars gathered by the Mahindra Humanities Center examine the wounds left by “the war to end all wars.”
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
With the largest gift in the school’s history, and $14.5 million in hand, the undergraduate program will launch next fall.
A Schlesinger Library exhibit reveals the domestic side of the war.
Harvard aims to “learn to change the world” at a moment of crisis and promise in schooling.
The Harvard president touches on key issues in higher education.
Harvard president Drew Faust welcomes the new school year at morning prayers.
The Warrior-Scholar Project runs its first program at Harvard.
Harvard’s president, this year’s Radcliffe Medalist, reflects on women’s rights past, present, and future.
Rudenstine and Faust to speak on May 30
The hit show’s creator, Vince Gilligan, converses with President Faust.
The bandleader weaves performance and storytelling to paint a picture of jazz in nineteenth-century New Orleans.
Mayor Menino and President Faust speak at the launch of Harvard’s residential-and-retail complex in North Allston.
Dean Lizabeth Cohen lays out priorities and shows off a new public-art garden.
Despite student pressure, President Faust says divestment is not “warranted or wise.”