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A new motion aims to bring the proposed ban before the full Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

8.22.17

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Alec Karakatsanis puts “human caging” and “wealth-based detention” in America on trial.

September-October 2017

Assembling the science and engineering complex in Allston (with work on the district energy plant distantly visible to the rear of the site)

Image from the SEAS Construction Cam

A campus construction program of unprecedented proportions

September-October 2017

Rendering of the CGBC headquarters after renovations

Rendering of the CGBC headquarters after renovations 

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The Center for Green Buildings and Cities renovates its headquarters to consume almost zero energy.

8.3.17

The young Rachel Carson (1940); Abraham Lincoln, wearied by the Civil War (1864); and the Endurance in the crushing grip of polar ice

From Left: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Library of Congress (2)

The Business School’s Nancy Koehn analyzes the personal stakes that propel leaders.

September-October 2017

Harvard’s business and engineering faculties join forces on a new technology-design degree—before they co-locate in Allston.

September-October 2017

Professor Charles Lieber in his lab at 12 Oxford Street

Professor Charles Lieber in his lab at 12 Oxford Street

Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The pioneering chemist of bio-compatible transistors and other nanoscale wonders receives Harvard’s highest faculty honor.  

7.20.17

Massachusetts Hall

Harvard will appeal the ruling to the national board. 

7.11.17

The renovated Wimbledon House

Photograph by Iwan Baan

The Graduate of School of Design opens its renovated Wimbledon House.

6.30.17