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As dozens of teams at the Harvard Innovation Lab tackle contemporary challenges with their entrepreneurial projects, Confi and Antera Therapeutics stand out in the field of medicine.
“I certainly care about this issue,” said resident dean of Mather House Luke Leafgren at a protest against sexual assault. He continued, "and I do see many other administrators...who feel as strongly as I do about the need to make this campus safer.”
CrimsonEMS members with Boston MedFlight helicopter at the 2015 National Collegiate EMS Foundation Regional Meet-Up.
While many students may not recognize that some of their peers are acting EMTs, CrimsonEMS looks after nearly every facet of social life on Harvard’s campus.
Sex Week is officially underway on Harvard’s campus. The weeklong program is open to the public and looks to foster thought-provoking conversations about sex and sexuality, according to organizers.
Former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley joined Student Mental Health Liaisons and other undergraduates to discuss the stigma surrounding mental health at Harvard and nationwide, and the necessity of better and more consistent mental health education at all levels of the school system.
In a discussion about mental health with former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha M. Coakley, College students called on Harvard and student groups to address institutional problems and stigma surrounding mental health on campus.
Launched with its first cohort in June, the School of Public Health’s blended degree program combines on-campus and online courses.
Steve A. Buschbach ’16 braces for a flu shot in Quincy. Harvard HealthPals sponsored the event, which will occur at various locations around campus in the coming weeks.
Upcoming dining hall locations where College students can get vaccinated include Mather House, on Oct. 22, and Leverett House, on Nov. 4.
Students described Harvard Medical School’s new curriculum as characterized by a heavy workload and an increased level of student engagement with content and faculty.
Sharon Woodbine gives Terilyn S. Chen ‘16 a free chair massage at the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon. This event was sponsored by Harvard University Health Services Center for Wellness.
Response, a group of Harvard students who counsel peers on topics related to relationships, including sexual harassment and assault, closed on Sunday, and it will reopen on Oct. 12.
Harvard University Health Services treated 14 students for alcohol-related reasons during after-hours in the first three weeks of school.
As Congress and Americans debate the future of Planned Parenthood and its federal funding, some Harvard students and area residents weighed in.