Original Publication Date: March 2, 2009 Members of the Harvard Wushu Club perform during Cultural Rhythms 2009. Emmy award winning comedian Dan Aykroyd, honored as Harvard Foundation's Artist of the Year, hosted the event.
Original Publication Date: April 13, 2009 Legendary documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, Pulitzer Prize-winning Harvard historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and Sportswriter and National Baseball Hall of Fame honoree, Peter Gammons and moderator Robert Behnof the Harvard Kennedy School address a packed forum at the Institute of Politics.
Original Publication Date: May 20, 2009 Police officers rope off access to Dunster Street after a shooting occurred in J-Entryway of Kirkland House on Monday May 18, 2009. Justin Cosby, a 2005 Cambridge Rindge and Latin graduate with no known ties to Harvard University, died after being shot in the abdomen shortly before 5 p.m. on Monday.
Motion sensors, similar to this one installed in A level of Widener Library, have been credited with conserving thousands in both watts and dollars.
If the Cambridge City Council approves the proposal of former Mayor Francis H. Duehay ’55, the currently unnamed, triangular enclosed area located on the median at the intersection of Linden and Mount Auburn Streets will be named to commemorate journalist David L. Halberstam ’55.
A new Harvard contract means that wind turbines, such as these pictured across the Charles River, will soon provide 10 percent of Harvard’s electricity.
Dr. Allen White spoke yesterday at Harvard Law School on "Sacred Cows and Conventional Wisdoms: Redesigning Corporate Governance for the 21st Century."
Herrells Ice Cream closed its doors after 27 years of business in Harvard Square on Sunday. Monday evening workers cleaned the store and took down the overhead menus.
Herrells Ice Cream closed its doors after 27 years of business in Harvard Square on Sunday. Monday evening workers cleaned the store and took down the overhead menus. This sign was posted on the storefront window.