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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley received an award of appreciation for her calls to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina state capitol.
Two survivors of domestic abuse shared their experiences at an event in honor of the first day of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Thursday.
The former University president recommended policies such as progressive taxation and infrastructure investment in front of a crowded audience.
Keiko S. Fujimori, a 2016 Peruvian presidential candidate, addressed concerns about liberal democracy and human rights on Wednesday.
Undergraduate Council representative criticize the Council's decision to continue funding smartphone application Ventfull.
Harvard presents the medals annually to individuals in recognition of extraordinary contributions to African American culture and the “life of the mind.”
As Congress and Americans debate the future of Planned Parenthood and its federal funding, some Harvard students and area residents weighed in.
Panelists advocated for building a more experiential curriculum into the education system, in order to better reconcile education with changing workforce demands, especially in the tech space.
Student representatives from 27 colleges participated in a two-day conference focused on issues of voter registration and civic involvement.
More than 100 runners gathered in front of Newell Boathouse on Sunday to commemorate Canadian marathoner and cancer research activist Terry Fox.
Organizers said the event was the largest of its kind in Harvard history.
Harvard Art Museums Director of Student Programs David R. Odo pointed out the value of early photography in studying the interaction between Japan and the West in the 19th century.
Comic and public speaker Kevin Breel shares his personal experiences with depression and learning to speak publicly about it at “Confessions of a Depressed Comic” on Wednesday night. The event, organized by Student Mental Health Liaisons, was presented as an opportunity to discuss mental health advocacy work on and off campus.
Academics and policymakers at the conference were cautiously optimistic about the E.U.’s ability to survive its current crises.