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An artistic rendering of the future WE ALL installation

Courtesy of the Graduate School of Design

News

The “WE ALL” art installation aims to foster connections between Harvard and Allston.

6.16.17

The new engineering and applied sciences complex in Allston will create a second center of College teaching—and raises significant challenges for scheduling classes across the expanding Harvard campus.
Rendering by Behnisch Architekten

How to be One Harvard when the College expands to Allston

4.26.16

A rendering of the Business School’s Klarman Hall

Courtesy of Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School’s expansion proceeds, amid debate about capitalism.

4.21.16

The long-anticipated Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex in Allston has been approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority and is expected to be completed in 2020.
Rendering by Behnisch Architekten

The 556,850-square-foot building is described as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship.

4.15.16

Dance director and senior lecturer Jill Johnson leading Music 12, “The Harvard Dance Project”

Dance director and senior lecturer Jill Johnson leading Music 12, “The Harvard Dance Project”

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A concentration “400 years in the making,” and two semesters old

May-June 2016

Lawrence H. Summers

Lawrence H. Summers
Photograph by Jim Harrison

On matters economic, educational, and political

May-June 2016

Merrick B. Garland

Merrick B. Garland

Photograph by Rex Features/Associated Press

A Supreme Court nominee, Spielberg at Commencement, the class of 2020, and more

May-June 2016

Shared Interest Group gatherings 

May-June 2016

Action against sexual assault, the Law School drops its shield, “Faculty Deans” now lead the Houses, and more

May-June 2016