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Harvard unveiled plans to build an $12.5-million ArtLab in Allston. The 9,000-square-foot building will have a projected lifespan of 10 to 15 years.

Rendering by Barkow Leibinger Architekten


Harvard presented design details for the new Allston project at a city meeting this week.


The Harvard basketball teams will look to hang the first Ivy League championship banners in newly renovated Lavietes Pavilion.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Previewing the 2017-2018 Harvard basketball season



The Harvard Management Company is headquartered in the Federal Reserve tower in downtown Boston.

Harvard and other private universities are in Republicans’ sights.


Four Tulips, a nature study by Jacob Marrel

Courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums

George Abrams ’54, J.D. ’57, donates his collection to the Harvard Art Museums. 


Some Supremes: Former Justice Souter, and Justices Kagan, Kennedy, Roberts (the chief), Breyer, and Gorsuch, plus HLS dean John F. Manning

Photograph by Martha Stewart/Harvard Law School

The spirit of Harvard Law School, at 200, in a divisive era


One community member's proposed renderings for the Harvard Square plaza

Photograph by Peter Torpey

Cambridge residents are speaking up and demanding a say in the future of the public space. 


Massachusetts Hall

Photograph by Muns/Wikipedia

Harvard seeks new leaders for the Graduate School of Education and Radcliffe Institute.


Courtesy of Harvard University Financial Administration

A large surplus last year—but cautions about the future


Claudine Gay, social science dean and Cowett professor of government and of African and African American studies

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The initative includes interdisciplinary conversation, annual symposia, and a postdoc program.