Students rehearse for "Little Murders," the latest play to be produced as part of the Visiting Director's Program.
The Visual and Environmental Studies Department's film track emphasizes creativity over vocational training.
Students excavate a site in Harvard Yard as part of an undergraduate course in the Anthropology Department.
The goal of the Harvard Yard excavation is to learn more about the history of the Indian College and other early Harvard structures.
Many of the items found in Harvard Yard are stored in the Peabody Museum.
Leverett House Master Howard M. Georgi, right, hands the baton to Dunster House masters, Roger B. Porter and Ann Porter, left, for the next stage of house renewals.
University President Drew G. Faust speaks in the courtyard of McKinlock Hall about the importance of House Renewal for Harvard as an institution.
Leverett House Master Howard M. Georgi ’68 speaks to a crowd of Leverett alumni and donors on Saturday about the completed McKinlock Hall renovation.
The undergraduate architecture studies track is a collaboration between the Graduate School of Design and the HAA Department.
Common space is abundant in the Inn at Harvard, the "headquarters" of Dunster House while its iconic building is being renovated.
Residents study in the dining hall at the Inn at Harvard, the "headquarters" of Dunster House while its iconic building is being renovated.
Antique wallpaper from Lowell House depicting scenes from the Revolutionary War.
Bust of Abbot Lawrence Lowell, former president of the University.