Journalists John Harwood and Gerald F. Seib discussed their new book, “Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power,” which looks at new Washington powerbrokers, at the Harvard Book Store on Tuesday.
Representatives from local businesses, restaurants, and boutiques flocked to Harvard Square on Sunday for Cambridge’s annual MayFair. Students and residents strolled by the booths and sampled ethnic foods.
Larry Slotnick of the Somerville-based Taza Chocolate holds up a portfolio depicting the organic farming practices of the cacao farmers from which his company buys its raw materials in the Harvard Book Store last night. Eager members of the public jostled
Denise L. Faustman, a Harvard Medical School professor, is leading an effort to use a tuberculosis therapy to cure Type 1 diabetes.
Panelists (from left to right) Jon Beckwith, Harold Varmus, Charles Rosenberg , Dan Sarewitz, and Sheila Jasanoff address questions raised by Varmus in his lecture “Enhancing the Contract: The Federal Government and American Science in a New Administratio
Professor Noah R. Feldman ’92 sits in his office at the Law School last week. The Rhodes Scholar and former Eliot House resident was selected by the Coalitional Provisional Authority to serve as an advisor for the Iraqi constitution.
Columbia professor of Iranian studies Hamid Dabashi (left) and Harvard Professor of Middle East History Roger Owen (right), speak at “On Empire and (Re)Colonization in the Middle East” at Harvard Law School.
A student walks through the entrance of Lamont Library. Starting March 30, Lamont will no longer allow students without their Harvard ID cards to enter the library. In the aftermath of shootings on college campuses across the country. Lamont has increased
Library conservationists attempt to restore items from the Theatre Collection that were damaged when a water pipe burst in Pusey Stacks due to heavy rain on Saturday.
Roger R. Fu ’09 adjusts the telescope at the Science Center Observatory on Sunday night during the event, “Doing Astrophotography with Your Own Camera,” sponsored by the Student Astronomers at Harvard-Radcliffe.
The Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) and the Harvard Club of Boston announced a new opportunity in nonprofit management for graduating seniors last night at the Phillips Brooks House. Here, members of PBHA and the Harvard Club of Boston pose with
Bong-Ihn Koh ’08 will be one of the first to graduate from the Harvard-New England Conservatory joint program.