David E Shaw, chief scientist at DE Shaw Research, and the billionaire founder of DE Shaw & Company, demonstrates the cutting edge scientific simulations of the newly built Anton supercomputer, at Maxwell Dworkin Hall on Wednesday.
HMS Professor and Nobel Prize Laureate Jack Szostak spoke about his research on telomeres and telomerase at MGH yesterday.
Howard E. Gardner, professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, speaks about his groundbreaking theory of multiple intelligences in Longfellow Hall Tuesday.
The Expos house, which will be the site of some of your most painful freshman-year experiences.
Junior co-captain Gil Weintraub and the men’s volleyball team take on Rutgers-Newark tonight with a chance to claim a division title for the first time since 2005. The Crimson sits at 6-1 in the Hay and a win over the Scarlet Raiders would give Harvard th
Harvard captain Laura Peterzan continued to be one of the Crimson’s top performers over the break. She was a key figure in Harvard’s three victories in California, picking up three singles wins, including a defiant 4-6, 6-0, 6-1 comeback victory against U
No. 2 captain Laura Peterzan won her singles match 7-5, 6-3 and her doubles match 9-7 en route to Harvard’s 4-3 defeat of No. 68 Boston College. While the win marked the team’s second victory in a row at the Murr Center Tennis Courts, it was also the squa
While the Harvard men’s basketball team’s freshmen stole the spotlight, junior Doug Miller, shown here in earlier action, scored eight points in his first career start on 4-for-5 shooting and grabbing three boards.
Co-captain Chris Clayton, shown here in earlier action, had a tough weekend at the ITA All-American Championships, falling in straight sets in his first matchup ant to No. 60 Guillermo Gomez in the consolation bracket after besting the No. 17 player natio