Academics

The Protest Lecturer
Student Life

From the Lectern to the Loudspeaker

Recent events—most notably, President Donald Trump's election—have stirred an activist's sensibility in some Harvard professors.

College

Q Guide Will Contain Two Questions on Textbook Costs

The Committee on Undergraduate Education also discussed a potential new schedule to be introduced ahead of the opening of Harvard’s new SEAS complex in Allston.

College

Smith to Address Student Textbook Prices, UC Says

At a meeting with Undergraduate Council leaders Friday, University President Drew G. Faust said she will ask Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith to discuss the rising costs of textbooks.

Largest Courses Graph
Academics

Largest Courses Graph

New Frontiers
Academics

New Frontiers

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University, located on 38 Kirkland St., is opening up a new field office in Tunisia.

Memorial at Midnight
Events

This Semester Has to Be Better, Right?

Last semester definitely did not rank in our top ten favorite. What promise does this semester hold?

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Academics

my.Harvard courses

my.Harvard's landing page is looking rather sleek these days.

Job Search
Student Jobs

How To: Schmooze a Professor

For those of us not seeking jobs at shiny finance places, internship season is upon us. Here's a nifty guide to getting your professor to write you a stellar letter of recommendation.

my.Harvard courses
College

The Most Savage Q-Guide Comments of 2016

If you're looking for another way to procrastinate in the course search for this semester, check out these Q-Guide comments. Some are hilarious, some are desperate, and some are just truly disturbing.

Scholars at Risk
Academics

A Safe Haven for Scholars at Risk

While the fellowship only lasts 10 months, those involved with the Scholars at Risk program aim to make their time as productive as possible and set up scholars for success after Harvard.

Jonah M. Kallenbach
Academics

Jonah M. Kallenbach

Currier resident Jonah M. Kallenbach ‘17 works to finish a computer science project in the penthouse of the SOCH Sunday evening. Kallenbach received an Intel prize for his research into “disordered” regions in protein chains.

Jonah M. Kallenbach
Science

The Social Science

About a quarter of Intel Science Talent Search finalists from the past five years attended or are currently attending Harvard College.

Academics

Students Use New Hist and Lit Field to Explore Ethnic Studies

The Modern World field allows students to more easily explore topics such as migration and diaspora at a time when many students have been calling for increased ethnic studies course offerings and an ethnic studies department.

FAS

Phi Beta Kappa Selects ‘Senior 48’ for Class of 2017

In total, 48 seniors will be inducted into the oldest undergraduate honor society in the United States, joining the 24 students selected last spring.

College

In Annenberg, Sophomores Celebrate Concentration Declarations

Hundreds of sophomores gathered in Annenberg Hall Thursday to celebrate the passing of the College’s concentration declaration deadline.