The Barker Center for the Humanities used to be the Student Union.
Although Memorial Church continues to hold services, Rev. Peter J. Gomes is missed at his weekly sermons. Gomes, who is slated to return for the Easter sermon, is currently recovering from a stroke.
Published alumni often use their experiences at Harvard as fodder for their writing.
After much deliberation, the college announced in the fall of 2007 that the new program in General Education would replace the Core Curriculum, starting with the class of 2013.
Former Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons, seen in this Crimson file photo along with fellow former Cambridge mayor Kenneth E. Reeves ‘72, announced she will be running for the State Senate seat left vacant by Anthony D. Galluccio.
Original Publication Date: March 19, 2009 General Education: Kicking the Core to the Curb. Beginning with this year's freshman class, the class of 2013, all incoming Harvard students will be required to take eight courses within the Gen Ed curriculum.
From Widener to the Web: How Harvard College Libraries is catching up to speed.
The group convenes for this week's installment of Dungeons and Dragons.
A player takes a break from her mythical avatar to pose and ponder.
While reality reigns all too often at Harvard, the underground world of Dungeons & Dragons takes on the territory of the imagination.