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Student Life

Frosh Meet Faust, Break Dance in Annenberg

It’s not uncommon for freshmen to exit Annenberg feeling like they’ve left a time warp (where did the last two ...

Student Life

IvyGate Returns!—founded in 2006 and known for satirizing the good, the bad, and the ugly in the Ivy League—just made its first post in 19 days, an unusually long gap for a site that used to update frequently throughout each day.


Elisa New Discusses Her Memoir, Family History

In a departure from a typical book reading, English professor Elisa New—who spoke to a small audience at Harvard Hillel ...

School of Public Health

Income Gap Linked to Public Health Linked to Health

Income inequalities beyond a specific threshold appear to negatively affect the health of the entire population, a study authored in part by Harvard School of Public Health researchers revealed.

Extension School

Panel Discusses Online Education

Teachers should emphasize critical thinking among their students as education moves increasingly online, a four-person panel said yesterday at Lowell Lecture Hall.

Student Life

Pre-vets Chart Unique Career Path

The newly-revived Pre-Veterinary Society is still struggling to unite pre-vets as they navigate one of Harvard’s less established pre-professional routes.

Student Life

Love @ctually?

<p>Harvard is like Hogwarts in so many ways—we’ve got the house system, we’ve got Annenberg, we’ve even got Quidditch—but one thing notoriously absent is any form of love potion. </p> <p> </p> <p>Harvard is known for a lot of things, but for better of for worse, a thriving dating scene is not one of them. </p> <p> </p> <p>Sanyee Yuan ’12 hopes to change all this with the new-and-improved second season of Harvard’s premiere dating show, “Love@Harvard.” </p> <p> </p> <p>“Upperclassmen always say freshman year was the best for meeting people and the dating scene becomes a little nonexistent after that,” said Yuan, the host and executive producer of the show. “When people talk about their futures here, they talk about concentrations and jobs, never about finding a significant other.” </p> <p> </p> <p>The HUTV reality show, created last year by Emma Coleman ’09, hopes to bring love back into the picture by catalyzing relationships in ten minutes or less. More after the jump. </p>

BREAKING NEWS: Freshmen Discover Trayless Initiatives

Ever wish there was a way to get a workout, eat less, save water, and cut through the pre-Ec 10


Butterflies Lend Insights About Speciation

Early signs of divergent evolution in Heliconius butterflies in Ecuador may reveal a missing link to understanding how species form, according to a recent study by Harvard researchers.


Panel Debates Climate Policy

The executive director of a prominent environmental action group and two Harvard professors debated the best path to passage for pending environmental legislation at a panel discussion in the Science Center yesterday.


Academic Discusses Holocaust

Austrian Political scientist Andreas Maislinger stressed the importance of remembering Austria’s role as a perpetrator in the Holocaust at an ...

Ed School

Yo-Yo Ma Completes GSE Residency

Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 and his non-profit organization, known as the Silk Road Project, received the inaugural Thelma E. Goldberg Arts in Education Award yesterday at the culmination of a three-day residency at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.


Lampoon Publishes 'Twilight' Parody

On Nov. 3, “Twilight” fans can sink their teeth into the newest installment in the vampire saga, penned not by ...

Harvard Business School

Sato Set To Direct HBS Japan Center

The Harvard Business School announced this week the appointment of Nobuo Sato as Executive Director of the Japan Research Center, ...

Student Life

Dancing Students Take Yard

At exactly 1:03 p.m. yesterday, a funky jam began to blare in front of the John Harvard statue in the ...