Almost 1,000 people gather at a memorial service for the Reverend Peter J. Gomes.
The national soccer team of Haiti will come to Harvard as part of a five-day benefit tour.
The New Yorker contributors are recognized for medical reporting and commentary.
Barbara Lenk becomes the first openly gay justice to be nominated to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
The comic actress’s credits include Parks and Recreation and Saturday Night Live.
A briefing with President Drew Faust and Senior Fellow Robert D. Reischauer covers changes in governance, oversight of University operations, and the future of higher education
The third Faculty of Arts and Sciences symposium on teaching and learning examines how archives and museum holdings can enliven the classroom.
A few days before the official memorial service, a Harvard Business School professor recalls the preacher who played a critical role as her spiritual adviser.
The College offers admission to 2,158 out of nearly 35,000 applicants.
The human-rights activist as presidential adviser
The second Faculty of Arts and Sciences gathering on teaching and learning looks at the global perspective, involving professors active in Africa, China, and India.
President Faust visits Chile and Brazil.
The award from the National Endowment for the Humanities honors distinguished intellectual achievement.
A bulletin board for alumni in Japan, an op-ed recalling a visit to one of the most affected villages, and a look back at contemporary life before disaster struck
A former colleague of the late Reverend Peter J. Gomes will lead the church during the search for a permanent successor.