Timothy M. Yang, a postdoctoral fellow in Harvard’s Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, examined the influence of private drug companies on the Japanese colonial sphere during the interwar period in a talk on Tuesday afternoon at the Center for Government and International Studies.
Harvard students are notoriously wary of "dropping the H-bomb" in everyday life, and our collegiate version of noblesse oblige—the old “I go to school in Cambridge”—has become proverbial. But, at least in some countries, fans of the the Crimson seem to have fewer qualms about name dropping—especially if they’ve never set foot at Harvard.
Anti-cheating hats worn during an exam at Kasetsart University in Thailand could be the answer to deterring cheating at Harvard.
Forget an honor code—we’ve found the solution to Harvard’s alleged cheating problem.
Hey, sexy people of Harvard! Break out those dance moves we know you’ve been working on in front of the mirror for months. You could have the chance to see the man responsible for the gangnam style craze in the flesh.
A Harvard senior kicked off a $5,000 fundraiser for a North Korean patient of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis at a dinner at the Student Organization Center at Hilles on Thursday evening.
Students, professors, and visitors listen intently to Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the prime minister of the Tibetan exile government, speak about the hope he has for peacefully resolving the issues between Tibet and China.
Lobsang Sangay—the prime minister of the Central Tibetan Administration—expressed his hope for a dialogue for peace between Tibet and China in a lecture on Tuesday in the Tsai Auditorium.
When ‘The Amazing Race: China Rush’ sent its contestants to a region near the Chinese-Korean border and challenged them to down 1.2 kilograms of Kimchi, most teams became frantic. Charles R. Melvoin ’10 and Ryan K. Burke ’10, on the other hand, quietly drew back their chairs, thanked the servers, and finished the fire-hot Korean dish in under fifteen minutes.
President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj of Mongolia discussed corruption, human rights, and his success in revitalizing his home country at the Institute of Politics on Friday.