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The proposed 14-acre parcel, in purple stripes, sits south of Harvard Business School and east of the new science and engineering complex. The larger purple space represents the full 36-acre parcel eventually planned for commercial development. 

Courtesy of the Harvard Planning Office

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The first step of what may become a much larger commercial district

12.8.17

Clockwise from top left: George L. Fox, Alexander D. Goode, John P. Washington, and Clark V. Poling

Courtesy of the U.S. Army

A Veterans Day commemoration recalls service and sacrifice.

11.13.17

Priscilla Chan visiting the Franklin Hill community November 12

Courtesy of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

A grant for Phillips Brooks House

11.13.17

University Hall

Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The long final-clubs debate yields an uncertain path forward—and reveals fault lines in governance.

11.9.17

Adam Aja, assistant curator at the Harvard Semitic Museum, works with three volunteers to make the resin cast of the Dream Stele of King Thutmose IV.

Click the arrow on the right for images of the replica and original Stele.

Courtesy of the Harvard Semitic Museum

A replica of the Dream Stele, part of Egyptologist Peter Der Manuelian’s efforts to revitalize the museum

11.8.17

The faculty votes down a limit on regulating single-gender social organizations.

11.7.17

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

 

11.7.17

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

Harvard and other private universities are in Republicans’ sights.

11.6.17

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. 

11.4.17