David W. Kaufman
In the fall of 1961, the opening of the new health center on Holyoke Street was the culmination of a multi-year push to improve student health services on campus.
Physicians looking to make surgeries safer took some cutting-edge questions in medical device design to a group of Harvard students, who presented their attempts at solutions this week.
Since 2010, the computer science concentration has experienced the highest growth in undergraduate enrollment out of all departments at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences—from 95 to 169 students.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ new mechanical engineering and electrical engineering concentrations will provide students with the opportunity for more unique and personalized plans of study.
The Science Center Plaza is scheduled to undergo surface-level refurbishments in the coming months to enhance the safety and quality of pedestrian and bike access and provide more outdoor seating areas.
A new fabrication technique for creating robotic insects crawled out of the Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory this week.
The Experiment Fund, a new seed-stage investment fund, officially launched Friday with the hopes of providing budding entrepreneurs with support and capital to build their startups.
Caroline B. Kennedy ’80 presented the eighth annual John F. Kennedy New Frontier Awards at the Harvard Kennedy School Monday, honoring two individuals who demonstrated the ideals of her father, former President John F. Kennedy ’40.
Republican Presidential Candidate and Former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich hosted a movie screening and forum at the Harvard Kennedy School on Friday, prompting a group of Occupy protesters to disrupt the beginning of the event with a rehearsed chant.
For the first five minutes after learning of his victory in the race for the Undergraduate Council presidency, Danny P. Bicknell ’13 stood speechless in the center of his Mather common room.
Nathan U. Blecharczyk ’05, co-founder and CTO of the $1.3 billion internet startup Airbnb, responded this week to public criticisms from his freshman roommate aimed at himself and Silicon Valley.
Fans of crew and curious visitors convened Saturday and Sunday at the 47th Head of the Charles Regatta for an afternoon full of intense races and energetic vendors handing out free samples of their products.
Harvard scientists at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have succeeded in capturing light within diamond pillars embedded in silver, allowing them to release individual photons at a specific rate.
Worldwide Blackberry network outage leaves students unable to check their email, communicate through Blackberry Messenger, or use a variety of data services Wednesday.
Budding politicos and reinvigorated Harvard Republicans gathered Tuesday night at the Harvard Kennedy School to watch the Republican debate.