Julie R. Barzilay
Andrea Miller argued at a “Women’s Week” event yesterday that a woman’s right to control her body transcends financial concerns.
A recent study by Harvard-affiliated researchers revealed that kudzu—an herb found to reduce alcohol consumption—does not work by increasing the intoxicating effects of alcohol so that individuals get drunk faster.
Atop the Science Center, a telescope with a colorful past sits nestled in a cozy observatory where generations of visitors have both studied and socialized
Ted “Barefoot Ted” McDonald was 87 miles into a 100-mile race in the Copper Canyons of Mexico when he stopped ...
To the extent that a worm smaller than a pinhead has a mind, Harvard scientists have shown that they are capable of controlling it.
The University has shifted the start dates for fall classes over the next seven years to minimize disruptions caused by the Labor Day holiday and to alleviate the “compressed pace” of the fall semester, according to an e-mail sent to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences community yesterday.
Several Ethical Reasoning classes have proven surprisingly popular this semester.
Optical illusions in theatres, old Roman streets, and even the Vatican were just one way that Harvard students engaged with life in Italy.
The winds of budgetary change rippled menacingly after the Reagan Administration proposed cuts to federal financial aid and research funding for scientists.
From running the Lampoon to hosting The Tonight Show, there are things about O’Brien that have never changed.
Harvard Law School graduate and national security expert Samantha Power urged the Law School class of 2010 to heed their moral compasses and remember that everyone is battling a “batcage” of insecurities—no matter how confident they appear.
Ever since Rebekah Maggor came to Harvard in 2004 to help international students with classroom communication, she has been expanding the public speaking resources available to the Harvard community.
A Sociology course about modern-day slavery designed by undergraduates will be taught next spring by Sociology Professor Orlando Patterson.
Nicole K. Casart ’13 (left) and Jasmine K. Casart ’13 (right)