A Harvard faculty member and several alumni number among the finalists.
A new sculpture, calibrated to help the Harvard Art Museums achieve balance
Data details progress through FY14.
A Harvard undergraduate ponders growing up and taking risks.
A panel of experts debates the best path forward.
Invoking history, activists call weeklong event the “lunch-counter moment for the twenty-first century.”
Appointed president of University of Miami
The poet discusses her newest book, the memoir Ordinary Light.
Archaeologists examine printing type found deep in Harvard Yard.
He is honored for his debut novel, Preparation for the Next Life.
Harvard and MIT researchers mine masses of data about online learning—and begin to address applications to campus classrooms.
The new students, and the advent of the $60,000-plus term bill
Adams House members, past and present, dedicate a suite to the Irish poet who lived among them.
The founder of Intuit will speak at Harvard Business School Class Day.
Why good data are essential to understanding the Voting Rights Act