Honor Code Meeting

College Readies Honor Council Procedures, Membership

The Honor Council, the composition of which will be announced this spring, is scheduled to begin hearing academic integrity cases next fall at the same time as the College's first honor code is implemented.

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Harvard Square Stores See Steady Business in Blizzard

Despite severe weather conditions, many stores in Harvard Square did better-than-average business on Monday as customers weathered the blizzard.

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Study Cards Will Go Online Next Fall

Starting next semester, students will not need to print out their course study cards or solicit written signatures from their advisers to complete course registration, as they will Friday, because the process will take place entirely online.


Director of Harvard Art Museums To Step Down This Summer

Appointed director of the Harvard Art Museums in 2003, Lentz oversaw the six-year-long renovation and integration of the Museums, which reopened last fall.

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Poehler Celebrated as Pudding's Woman of the Year

After the Pudding's annual parade and comedy roast, Poehler, the star of NBC’s sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” discussed the irony of receiving an honor at a university that she had long considered elitist.

Aspiring Engineers Face Recruiting Challenges

Students and administrators say there are limited structured recruiting resources for aspiring engineers and that companies are less interested in recruiting at Harvard for engineering positions.

Black Lives Matter Protester

Demonstrators Continue 'Black Lives Matter' Campaign in Central Square March

Harvard Stadium

Boston Olympic Bid Names Harvard Venues as Hosts for 10 Events

Conflict at the Scene

Med School Professor Dies After Brigham Shooting

"Shut It Down"

The Top 10 Stories of 2014



New Saudi King Should Stress Human Rights

We hope that this shift in leadership will herald advances for human rights in Saudi Arabia, and that the United States will more consistently advocate such advances in crafting its policy toward the Kingdom.


Comp Me, Baby, One More Time

The way we structure community here doesn’t just affect us in this place, at this moment. It affects the kinds of powerful, scarily driven, sleep-deprived, sometimes demagogic people we as an institution are putting out into the world.


My Way on the Highway


The Unsung Heroes


$1,000 Pills and the Future of Global Medicine

Harvard Brings in Record-Breaking $1.16 Billion in FY 2014 Gifts

For the first time since 2004, Harvard outraised Stanford in Fiscal Year 2014, posting a record-breaking total of $1.16 billion in gifts.

Federal Funding Initiative Could Bolster University’s Genomics Research

Harvard genomics researchers could see increased funding for their work should Congress approve a White House proposal to allocate millions more dollars to the research of medical treatments personalized to a patient’s genetic information.

Cantor To Join IOP as Visting Fellow

The former U.S. House of Representatives majority leader will serve as a visiting fellow at the Institute of Politics this spring, joining several residential fellows.


15 Least Interesting Classes

Like Forrest Gump would’ve said if he’d gotten the chance, course selection at Harvard is like a box of chocolates. That Gen Ed could turn out to be filled with sweet, melty caramel—or funky raspberry syrup. That off-the-wall VES elective could be luscious dark chocolate right to the core, or a flavorless layer of brown barely covering a hollow center. Avoid some unpleasant surprises this spring: don’t bite into any of the duds below.


Holding On

Men's Basketball Preview: Penn

The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard goes to the Palestra to take on Penn.


On Campus

In 'Acis and Galatea,' Love Hits a High Note

Winning the affections of your crush is no easy task—especially if you’re a cyclops sticking out like a sore thumb among beautiful nymphs and shepherds. But that’s not to say such a challenging endeavor isn’t interesting to watch.