Nathalie R. Miraval
Harvard is opening a resource center called the Harvard Business School Innovation Lab in the fall that will help Allston entrepreneurs develop their business plans.
Elementary school students sat in the front row of the common room at the Harvard Allston Education Portal yesterday evening, eagerly waiting to learn more about two things with which they are very familiar but can never get enough of: bugs and robots.
Former CS 50 students showed off a crop of applications that emerged from Hack Harvard—an incubator for newly created applications.
Allston residents expressed both excitement and distrust at last night’s Harvard Allston Task Force meeting which focused on the Harvard Business School’s plan to build an Innovation Lab in the neighborhood.
Riding on the airplane flight from South Africa for his freshman year, Nicholas J. J. Kogl ’13 says he did not know what to expect. He wasn’t sure his style would fit into Harvard’s undergraduate community considering what he had read online and seen in the movies.
Baseball fans of different ages munched on buttery popcorn as they listened to Larry Lucchino, chief executive and president of the Boston Red Sox, discuss the relationship between baseball and politics yesterday afternoon at the Harvard Kennedy School.
The aroma of Indian food welcomed guests entering the Phillips Brooks House yesterday afternoon, as a man dressed in white linen sat grinning on a red leather couch.
Higher income does not necessarily correlate with happiness.
A nationwide survey administered by the Institute of Politics found a decrease in young voters’ participation in and enthusiasm for the upcoming midterm election.
Past and present Peace Corps directors celebrated the 50th anniversary of a speech given by Former President John F. Kennedy ’40 announcing his intention to form the Peace Corps in a forum yesterday evening.
The first annual Harvard Cuban-American Alumni Conference held this past weekend, focused on promoting public service and Cuban culture.
Four panelists at yesterday’s Harvard Law School Dean’s Forum agreed that “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” should be repealed, denouncing the policy as “inhumane.”
A recent study analyzing the effects of the 2006 Mass. health care insurance reform law revealed that while insurance coverage has increased overall and cost has become less of a barrier for obtaining coverage, the reform’s effects have not been felt equally among certain groups of people.
Amidst the dim magenta lighting, a red velvet backdrop, and soft musical numbers, three professors and a performer came together last night to discuss “Cabaret,” which opened on Friday at Club Oberon.