Harvard Film Archive Programmer Chris Pendleton introduces film director Chris Marker's 'One Day in the Life of Andrei Arsenevitch' (2000) and A.K. (1985). The movie screenings are a part of the ongoing exhibition at the Film Archive.
Cathy A. Trower, co-founder and research director at the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education at the Graduate School of Education, will leave Tuesday after 16 years at Harvard.
In line with its commitment to need-blind admissions and need-based financial aid, Harvard Law School will no longer collect deposits from admitted students who accept an admissions offer beginning with the Class of 2017.
Most people are referring to notes and keys when talking about music, but newly-appointed University Professor Carolyn Abbate sometimes thinks about pre-mortem hallucinations with tuberculosis patients and the physiology of voice when lecturing.
After Senate Republicans blocked four of President Barack Obama’s nominees to the major federal appeals court in the District of Columbia, political experts have raised doubts about the successful confirmation of Harvard Law School Professor David J. Barron ’89, a nominee for the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
The letters follow the passage of a Law School student referendum in support of fossil fuel divestment last spring.
Restaurant owners in the former Holyoke Center said the University gave them little notice of its plans to overhaul the building at the center of the Square, but said they still hope to be part of the site’s future after part of the building becomes a new campus center.
A landmark labor case argued before the Supreme Court on Wednesday could drastically impact the ways in which unions organize and expand membership, according to legal and labor experts. Officials representing Harvard unions voiced concerns that future organizing efforts could be seriously hindered by the Court’s decision.
A panel of education reformers discussed their experiences of “working from the outside in” to improve the quality of education in public schools at the Askwith Forum on Wednesday evening.
University Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 announces the renaming of the Holyoke Center Thursday afternoon. The first three stories of the building will be transformed into a new campus center expected to open by 2018.
The center, which has been renamed after donors Richard A. Smith ’46 and his wife Susan F. Smith, will undergo construction beginning in 2016.
After Vidal changed his will in the final year of his life to bequeath the entirety of his fortune to the University, his half-sister Nina Straight is now challenging the will.
Royalty graced the streets of Cambridge on Thursday when Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan and Prince Moulay Hicham of Morocco gave speeches to crowds in Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein Hall during the opening night of the seventh annual Harvard Arab Weekend Conference.
The University's net assets took a dip during the financial crisis before mounting a recovery in the past few years.