Changes to guidelines for fats, cholesterol, meat, and sugar are among the highlights
The Harvard-Allston Education Portal opens in new space at 224 Western Avenue.
A first-generation Harvardian, the former Massachusetts governor will be “welcomed home” on May 28.
Scholars gathered by the Mahindra Humanities Center examine the wounds left by “the war to end all wars.”
After years of planning, significant development in Allston is imminent.
The Crimson remains tied with Yale atop the conference standings.
Renovation will include a five-story addition to Gore Hall.
Honoring Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, sexual-assault settlement, honor codes, HUB hoopla, and more
Back in the chase for the Ivy basketball title, in a tie with Yale for first place
The University responds to faculty criticism of health-insurance changes.
University announces results 15 months after public launch.
The basketball team regains winning form.
On the centenary, historian Ronald G. Suny discusses the causes of the twentieth century’s first genocide.
Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals celebrate the actress and writer.
Just weeks after a gala reopening, the director announces plans to step down.