Cooper Gallery Opens

Cooper Gallery of African & African American Art Opens

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. helped celebrate the gallery's opening before the first visitors went to 104 Mt. Auburn St.

Cabot Library Renovations To Begin as Early as Fall 2015

Greenhouse Cafe will be combined with the library as collaborative spaces replace books.

Kim Secured ‘Extraordinary’ Bargain, Experts Say

Eldo Kim, who was charged last week for allegedly sending emailed bomb threats last December, reached an “unusual” yet “fair” arrangement, law experts say.

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Harvard Makes Arrangements for Possible Ebola Scenarios, Despite Low Risk

The University is working on arrangements to house students from at-risk countries who would not be advised to return home during winter break.

HAA Vice President Resigns Amid Sexting Scandal in U.K.

British MP Brooks P. Newmark ’80 was a frontrunner for the Harvard Alumni presidency before sending sexually explicit images over social media.

Two-Thirds of SEAS Faculty Will Move to Allston in 2019

Computer science, biomedical engineering, and mechanical engineering faculty and facilities will move to Allston in 2019, SEAS officials said.

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Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

Understanding Faith

Understanding Faith



A Walden of Your Own

Unlike Thoreau, we don’t even have to chop our own wood.


Moving Toward Gender Parity

While there is no perfect or easy solution to gender equality in Harvard To achieve the gender-balanced future we would like to see, we must guarantee equality throughout the tenure track—and not just at the start.


America Needs to Get Over Ebola


Secular Stagnation


Bridge and a Troubled Water

U.S. Department of Education Amends Clery Act

Harvard and all other universities receiving federal funding will now have to report crimes determined as unfounded after the Clery Act was amended.

Eig Discusses Invention of the Pill

Bestselling author Jonathan Eig discussed the discovery and implications of the birth control pill Tuesday evening.

Queer Groups Formed for Graduate Students and Staff

Two new queer groups were formed this fall to better serve and unite the non-undergraduate BGLTQ community.


Quiz the Quizmaster

Summer in Three Words


The Tell-Tale Heart

The oldest college periodical is essentially a gossip rag. Plus a dream journal. And an exposé of the "Spy Club."


Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Notches Upsets at ITA Regionals

Freshman Kenny Tao defeated Princeton's top player in the second round at the ITA Regional Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.


Dan Cover

"Dan" Disappointing

Yes, it is worthwhile to read this feisty little novel, which was written by Joanna Ruocco and published by an innovative women’s literature group called Dorothy, A Publishing Project. But the worth may not be in its pleasure so much as its pain.