Michelle Denise L. Ferreol
The event, which UC President Danny P. Bicknell ’13 had been planning since last semester, is part of the UC’s continued effort to increase student voice on campus and give undergraduates a larger stake in the University’s governance.
In light of the recent death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and the shift of power to his son Kim Jong-un, a panel of Harvard professors said that fears of internal collapse in North Korea have not been realized.
U.S. Secretary of Energy and Nobel laureate, Steven Chu, entered an auditorium at Northwest Labs to a flurry of applause yesterday afternoon. Chu spoke at this year’s Konrad Bloch Lecture, delivering a talk titled “The Role of Science, Technology and Innovation in Solving the Energy Challenge.”
Just a month after Baghdad fell in 2003, Foote was asked to go to Iraq and aid the Coalition Provisional Authority, the nation’s transitional government, in rebuilding the war-torn economy. There, Foote served as part of a team tasked with ensuring the nation’s smooth transition to a free-market economy.
When Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Daniel P. Bicknell ’13 stands next to his vice-presidential running mate Pratyusha Yalamanchi ’13, the ...
Researchers at Harvard have pioneered a chemical process that enhances the ability of a radioactive fluorine isotope to bond with organic molecules, paving the way for improved medical imaging and pharmaceutical drug production.
Projecting a photograph of a classic Spanish dessert menu for the audience to see, Chef Carme Ruscalleda began Science and Cooking’s twelfth guest lecture by sharing a secret.
We are the generation whose fingers can’t stray away from the “like” button; the generation whose tongues naturally mimic how our peers speak; the generation that has been accused of lacking conviction in the things we say. And at the root of this phenomenon is one simple word and its surprising evolution: “like.”
A new study raises the possibility that certain bacteria may be linked to the cancer, according to a recently released study headed by Harvard Medical School Graduate Student Aleksandar D. Kostic.
Steven C. Schlozman, Harvard Medical School Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, spoke yesterday at a seminar hosted by The Harvard Society for Mind, Brian and Behavior.
Women who wear makeup are perceived as more attractive and competent than those who do not, according to a recently released study headed by Harvard Medical School Assistant Professor Nancy L. Etcoff.
YZAZVYZ—the average Harvard student would dismiss these seven letters as gibberish, but Sam P. Rosin ’15 can rearrange them to ...
An iconic University relic had finally cracked under pressure. The Memorial Church bell, known by most freshmen as the "8:40 bell," is out of commission. But the question remains: was this a natural death or a murder?
Every woman in her right mind would want a Harvard baby, right?