Remembered by his co-workers as someone who enjoyed music and good humor, Lyonel Louis-Jean, an assistant cook in Adams Dining ...
Greer has been selected as one of three finalists in the annual Harvard ROCKS competition—a singing contest presented by Harvardwood, an artist network whose membership is open to Harvard students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
Members of the Occupy Harvard movement parked themselves in Lamont Library Café on Sunday night, pledging to stay in the café until 10 p.m. on Friday in order to protest planned staff reductions in Harvard libraries.
When actor, writer, and comedian Jason Segel was honored as the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Man of the Year on Friday night, he quickly learned that the Pudding Pot comes at a price.
When students returning from winter break walked into the basement of Cabot House’s E entryway, they were met not by the familiar aroma of coffee but by the sights and sounds of a construction zone.
Pforzheimer House tutor Emily G. Rosenthal will serve as the House’s acting resident dean for the spring semester while Resident Dean Lisa Boes takes a sabbatical.
The Harvard University Health Group Plan and the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care will cover lower surgery for gender reassignment beginning on Jan. 1 for faculty and staff and Aug. 1 for students.
Teresa C. Ulloa Ziáurriz began her law career representing trade unions. But after she accepted the request from a group ...
Lee Forest, who was hired by the College in September as the first director of bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender student life has decided to turn down the position at Harvard.
Instead of sporting their team uniforms in this photo, the athletes came in gay pride attire and rainbow pins that read “Proud Ally.”
The co-founders of the website “Everyone is Gay" brought their website to life when they addressed LGBTQ teen discrimination at Harvard Tuesday night.
Bishop Christopher Senyonjo spoke Wednesday at the Harvard Kennedy School about his efforts to combat LGBT discrimination in his native country, where homosexuality is illegal.
Thursday night, Visiting Lecturer on VES Jeff T. Sheng '02 presented some of his photographs at an exhibition in the Carpenter Center.
Hours after President Drew G. Faust led a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and the return of the Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps to Harvard, Lecturer Timothy P. McCarthy ’93 and a number of students spoke out against the University’s decision.
Though Herschbach, at that time a farm boy in rural California, had never heard of Harvard, he would later become not only a Junior Fellow and a Nobel Prize-winning chemist at the same institution as Menzel, but also a House master and an inspirational mentor for many students.
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