Reverend Jonathan L. Walton declared Memorial Church a “sanctuary” space for Harvard affiliates two weeks after University President Drew G. Faust said she would not adopt the label for Harvard's campus.
Anwar Omeish ’17, a member of the Harvard Islamic Society, speaks about institutionalized Islamophobia to a packed Fong Auditorium on Friday afternoon. The teach-in event highlighted issues of discrimination against Muslims in America in light of Donald Trump's election to the presidency.
At a time when hate crimes against Muslim Americans have spiked to their highest levels since the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, Harvard’s Islamic Society hosted a discussion highlighting discrimination faced by Muslims in the United States on Friday.
A hotly debated piece of papyrus at Harvard that could help answer whether Jesus had a wife has been largely accepted as a forgery by the media and the woman who championed its cause.
A group of Divinity School students and staff exchanged differing opinions on the Mass. referendum questions on charter school expansion and the legalization of Marijuana on Monday.
Diana L. Eck, Lowell House Faculty Dean, photographs the Hindu festival of lights celebration for which she opened the Lowell House Faculty Deans' residence. During the ceremony, Eck expressed gratitude and honor to Harvard Dharma for holding the event in her residence.
An enthusiastic audience filled the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Saturday afternoon to hear a conversation with former NBA player and bestselling author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Arab American Institute President James J. Zogby discussed the negative portrayal of Arab Americans in popular culture Tuesday night.
Washington Post religion journalist and current Nieman fellow Michelle Boorstein described the difficulties journalists who report on religion face.
Founded by professor Diana L. Eck, the organization marked its milestone with three days of panels and discussions last week.
As live organ music filtered through Holden Chapel on Wednesday morning, about 50 attendees greeted the usher, accepted a program and hymnbook, and sat in silent contemplation, waiting for Morning Prayers to begin.