Without even receiving a single interview, Lisa Boes was once rejected for a resident tutor position at every single House she applied to.
Roughly 120 students participated in a financial industry boot camp sponsored by the Office of Career Services last weekend.
Jeannie Tse ’14 hustled to her day-long policy and education class that began at 9 a.m. and featured a series of lectures and visits to public and charter schools in Boston.
The College is taking additional steps in conjunction with the Harvard University Police Department to deter crime.
Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health have discovered a relationship between depression and type 2 diabetes, two serious conditions in the United States.
The Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee Thorbjørn Jagland told a crowd of undergraduates, faculty members, and distinguished guests to remain vigilant in defense of human rights throughout the world last night at a dinner co-sponsored by the Harvard Foundation and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.
Picture this: it’s Saturday night, and you’re at a party talking to the girl you’re been crushing on all semester. ...
The Boston School Committee recently approved a proposal to convert Patrick F. Gavin Middle School and a Boston high school into charter schools in an effort to “accelerate students’ achievements,” according to Matthew Wilder, the committee’s director of media relations.
Deborah Bial, president and founder of the youth leadership development program Posse Foundation, highlighted the differences in quality of higher ...
The director of “1428”—a documentary about the aftermath of the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan, China, that killed about 70,000 people—spoke yesterday night about his experience filming the trauma of those who suffered.
The role of photojournalism in depicting conflict was examined from different perspectives during a panel discussion yesterday that commemorated the conclusion of a photo exhibit in the Center for Government and International Studies on civilian life during wartime.
Graduate School of Education Assistant Professor James S. Kim has received a $12.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation (i3) Program.
Legalizing drugs in the U.S. could save the federal government $88 billion, according to Harvard economics lecturer Jeffrey A. Miron.