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Results from the second campus survey of sexual misconduct show that sexual assault and harassment remain serious problems at institutions of higher education nationwide.

10.15.19

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Results from the second campus survey of sexual misconduct show that sexual assault and harassment remain serious problems at institutions of higher education nationwide.

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Professor Michael Kremer shares the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences with two scholars from MIT.

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Recovery coach Raina McMahan (left) talks with addiction-medicine physician Sarah Wakeman about her stigmatizing experiences with health care and drug use.

Recovery coach Raina McMahan (left) talked with addiction-medicine physician Sarah Wakeman about her stigmatizing experiences with health care and drug use.

Photograph courtesy of Lisa Abitbol/Harvard Chan School

Harvard and the University of Michigan’s second joint summit on opioids addresses stigma, race, and access to care.

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Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeough, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks.

Potent punters: Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeogh, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks. 

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard defeats Cornell in its third straight win.

10.13.19 | Sports
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(1 of 13) Sporting staid bowlers, early Harvard Band members pose for a formal portrait.

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The Harvard Band celebrates a century.

10.9.19 | Music
William G. Kaelin pictured in his home in Boston shortly after receiving the call from Sweden

William G. Kaelin

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Kaelin is the forty-ninth Harvard faculty member to win the Nobel. 

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This episode of Ask a Harvard Professor poses the question: What makes a photograph art? 

10.7.19 | Podcast

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An image of a gate in Harvard Yard

    

Results from the second campus survey of sexual misconduct show that sexual assault and harassment remain serious problems at institutions of higher education nationwide.

10.15.19 | News
Image of a Nobel Prize medal

      

Professor Michael Kremer shares the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences with two scholars from MIT.

10.14.19 | News
Recovery coach Raina McMahan (left) talks with addiction-medicine physician Sarah Wakeman about her stigmatizing experiences with health care and drug use.

Recovery coach Raina McMahan (left) talked with addiction-medicine physician Sarah Wakeman about her stigmatizing experiences with health care and drug use.

Photograph courtesy of Lisa Abitbol/Harvard Chan School

Harvard and the University of Michigan’s second joint summit on opioids addresses stigma, race, and access to care.

10.13.19 | News
Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeough, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks.

Potent punters: Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeogh, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks. 

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard defeats Cornell in its third straight win.

10.13.19 | Sports
An early group photo of Band members wearing bowler hats

Click on the arrow at right to see the full image gallery
(1 of 13) Sporting staid bowlers, early Harvard Band members pose for a formal portrait.

Courtesy of the Harvard University Band

The Harvard Band celebrates a century.

10.9.19 | Music
William G. Kaelin pictured in his home in Boston shortly after receiving the call from Sweden

William G. Kaelin

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Kaelin is the forty-ninth Harvard faculty member to win the Nobel. 

10.7.19 | News

This episode of Ask a Harvard Professor poses the question: What makes a photograph art? 

10.7.19 | Podcast

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