Allston

Shaun Donovan
Allston

Shaun Donovan

Shaun Donovan will serve as an advisor to University President Drew G. Faust for the Allston campus.

Central Administration

Former U.S. Housing Sec. Appointed Senior Allston Advisor

​Former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan ’87 has been appointed as an adviser to University President Drew G. Faust for the Allston campus.

Allston Bound
SEAS

Allston Bound

Passengers board the shuttle heading for Allston outside Lamont Library. In Allston, construction is progressing at Harvard’s new center for Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Klarman Hall, Allston Construction
SEAS

Science and Engineering Complex Construction On Schedule

Construction on Harvard’s long-delayed Allston campus is on schedule, with the planned seven-story steel framework of the $1 billion Science and Engineering Complex due to be completed in December, according to a University spokesperson.

Baker Library
Harvard Business School

Business School, SEAS Launch Joint Degree Program

​The Business School and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will offer a joint master’s program intended for “future leaders of technology ventures,”

Allston Construction, SEAS Complex
SEAS

Allston Construction, SEAS Complex

The grounds for the new Allston School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex, still under construction, is calm on a May 2016 afternoon.

Allston Map
Allston

Allston Map

SEAS Allston Construction
SEAS

Allston Rising

As steel begins to rise in Allston, faculty and administrators are preparing for the imminent move across the Charles River.

SEAS Allston Construction
SEAS

SEAS Allston Construction

Allston

Innovation Challenge Awards Funds to Social Enterprise Start-Ups

​Over $300,000 in prize money was awarded to seven winners of the President’s Innovation Challenge Award Ceremony at the iLab in Allston on Tuesday afternoon.

The Barry's Corner of Yesterday
Allston

Lessons From Barry's Corner

Whether Harvard can successfully transform this quiet corner into the “engaging public realm” it envisions may provide a blueprint for the University’s future across the Charles.

Bernard Redgate
Features

Bernard Redgate

Bernard Redgate, one of the last holdouts of Barry's Corner, confronts the police in 1969.

From the Residents of North Harvard St
Features

From the Residents of North Harvard St

Residents of North Harvard St display a sign addressing Boston Major John F. Collins: "We want our homes."

The Barry's Corner of Yesterday
Features

The Barry's Corner of Yesterday

Barry's Corner, at the intersection of Western Ave and North Harvard St, circa 1960s.

The Old Charlesview
Features

The Old Charlesview

The site of the old Charlesview, which is now owned by Harvard University, is still undergoing construction.