In the deep dusk of winter afternoon, Sparks House continues to glow nearly a year after Reverend Peter J. Gomes’ passing.
It is 5:00 p.m. on a Tuesday and the sky is already black. But the soft, warm light in the mahogany-walled Eliot library makes bearable the early end to the day. In the back left corner sits the only other student in the room. Headphones in, back straight, face calm, she has positioned her pen on a fresh sheet of lined paper, ready to take notes on her assigned reading. From far away, it’s easy to recognize which textbook she is perusing.
What do Wallace and Gromit, the endearing British inventor/canine duo, have in common with Harvard? Both inspired Tim J. Reckart ...
For those who don’t know him, it might be surprising to hear that the preferred extracurricular activity of Uzodinma C. Iweala ’04, author and M.D., in college was “sleeping.” But evidently, he would need his rest for his future literary and medical pursuits. Since graduation, Iweala released “Beasts of No Nation,” his 2005 novel exploring the world of a child soldier in a fictional African country, and received a degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
To call him “well-travelled” would be an understatement. After completing his degree in psychology from Harvard, the half-Lebanese, half-Korean Steven ...
"People would never fall in love if they had not heard love talked about.”
If Friday nights are any indication (whether you’re slaving away in Lamont or drinking away at the Bell Tower), excess ...
Look out, Tyra—this isn’t just some “America’s Next Top Model” fashion show—this is Harvard formal season. Last Sunday afternoon, Styleta ...
The Harvard College Environmental Action Committee hosted the annual Earth Day Festival on Saturday afternoon.
On a dark, rainy Saturday evening, thunder came from Lowell Lecture Hall, where TAPS, Harvard’s undergraduate tap dance company.
Anxiety didn’t disappear for everyone when students finished their exams before Christmas—in fact, for many employees of Harvard University Dining ...
Last Wednesday evening, in Harvard’s Malkin Athletic Center, all the ladies—and not just the single ones—channeled their inner Beyoncé, learning ...
2012 Harvard Men’s Soccer Team Produced Sexually Explicit ‘Scouting Report’ on Female Recruits
Harvard and Dining Workers Reach 'Tentative Agreement'
Students, Supporters Show Out in Force Monday For Dining Workers
Sipping Mint Tea, Patrons Bid Goodbye to Café Algiers After 45 Years
I am Not Your Enemy