Nathalie R. Miraval

Food and Drink

Allston Farmers' Market Struggles

The Harvard Allston Farmers’ Market—envisioned as part of the University’s outreach into the Allston community—has had trouble attracting customers and vendors.


September 11 Interfaith Conversations

City Politics

Tata Hall Construction To Benefit Allston

Members of the Harvard Allston Task Force argued in a letter to the Boston Redevelopment Authority that the Tata Hall project represents an opportunity for the University to develop the community.

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Now Buying French Fries Is an Act of Generosity

You get French fries. Local businesses draw in customers. Charities make money.


Capuano, Facing Likely Competition from Warren, Announces He Will Not Seek U.S. Senate Seat in 2012

Rep. Michael E. Capuano has decided not to run for a seat in the Senate.

On Campus

Students Break Box Fort World Record

Students Break Box Fort World Record
On Campus

Students Break Box Fort World Record

Kirkland House temporarily turned into a fortress with the help of Laura E. D'Asaro '13 and other House residents. You may remember D'Asaro from two years ago, when D’Asaro broke the world record for crawling the fastest mile in 22 minutes and four seconds. Seeing box after box piling up in recycling bins during move-in as a sophomore, D'Asaro was inspired to build a giant box fort. Only 284 boxes were needed to break the record, but the final fortress consisted of exactly double that amount.


U.S. Investigation Faults HMS Animal Research Facility

A Harvard Medical School facility has received five citations from the United States Department of Agriculture, including for the accidental death of a second primate.


McCluskey, Liaison Between Harvard and Allston, To Depart

Kevin A. McCluskey ’76 has acted as Harvard's envoy to the Allston community during a period of fraught relations between the University and the neighborhood.

Summer Postcards 2011

Summer Postcard: Where Opposites Meet

Summer Postcards 2011

WC, s.v.p.?

When living in another country, even the simplest tasks become missions.

Harvard in the City

Serving the Community?

Allston residents say that they continue to feel alienated from the planning process and are concerned that the new businesses do not cater to their everyday needs.

Central Administration

New Provost Faces Challenges in Allston

Harvard's new Provost faces a bevy of challenges in his new role, including jump-starting the University's Allston development.

Harvard Business School

Giusti Tells HBS Grads to ‘Do Good’

Using a Business School degree to make a difference in the world was the theme of multiple speeches at the Harvard Business School Class Day ceremony, celebrated Wednesday afternoon.


Timothy E. Wirth

Currently the president of the United Nations Foundation and a former U.S. Senator, Timothy E. Wirth '61 has created a life-long career based on serving others.

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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