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The Faculty of Arts and Sciences announces disciplinary actions.

3.25.21 | News
The homepage of the nonprofit Potential Energy Coalition, showing a blue circle superimposed on a black-and-white photograph of the ocean

A professor and a marketing professional have teamed up to raise awareness of the climate problem through the nonpartisan, nonprofit Potential Energy Coalition.

From the potentialenergycoalition.org website 

A professor and a marketing professional try a new tack in climate-change communications.

3.24.21 | News
Several Harvard Computers and Radcliffe students pose for a photograph together, seated at desks and sitting on the floor

Harvard Computers and Radcliffe students in 1925
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Library Archives 

Alumni scientist-filmmakers bring the Harvard Computers’ story to the screen.

3.23.21 | Film
Harvard shield superimposed on image of Widener Library, a symbol of returning to operations

Image by Unsplash. 

The University announces a date for faculty and staff members to return, in anticipation of fall residential operations.

3.22.21 | News
Headshot portraits of Harvard Law School students Anna Vande Velde and William Roberts

Harvard Law School students Anna Vande Velde and William Roberts
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Law School 

A Law School report offers the City of Boston recommendations for reform.

3.18.21 | Research
The main atrium in Harvard's new Science and Engineering Complex

Healthy building materials are a hallmark of the interiors in Harvard's new Science and Engineering Complex in Allston.

Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine. 

Harvard leveraged construction of its new Science and Engineering Complex to remove harmful chemicals from building-materials supply chains.

3.17.21 | News
Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Tiya Miles, and Martha Minow

Clockwise from top left: Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Tiya Miles, and Martha Minow
Photography by Lydialyle Gibson

An update on the presidential initiative on Harvard and the legacy of slavery

3.10.21 | News
The author and her two roommates stand in the snow in front of their future home at Harvard.

March 2018, Randolph Courtyard: The author (center) and her two future roommates, Sreya at left and Pranati at right, have just run over from the Yard on Housing Day, having learned they’d been assigned to Adams House.

Photograph courtesy of Meena Venkataramanan. 

The College’s annual “Housing Day” dramas, conducted online.

3.8.21 | Students
Photograph of Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow

President Lawrence S. Bacow

Taking stock of a pandemic year, President Bacow sketches how Harvard might change—and where it will not. 

3.8.21 | News
Construction on the main floor of the Harvard COOP.

The gutted main floor of the Harvard Coop.
Photograph by Kristina DeMichele/Harvard Magazine

Sweeping renovations and consolidation are under way.

3.2.21 | News