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New Winter Program Offers Culinary Adventure Abroad

This January, while many Harvard students will be participating in Wintersession programming on campus, 13 students will have the chance to explore the cultural aspects of Sicilian cuisine at a cooking school in a remote village outside of Palermo.

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Harvard Democrats Discuss Election

Addressing the upcoming presidential election from two different standpoints—that of race and of the contest’s global impact—two speakers at the Harvard College Democrats meeting agreed on one conclusion: Voter turnout matters.

Mental Health

When To Do Nothing

In 1990, a team of scientists re-created the impacts of the September 1938 hurricane in a two-acre patch of the ...


By the Numbers: Voter Registration at Harvard

With Election Day drawing nearer and registration and absentee ballot deadlines mostly passed, now is the time to pledge to vote. Students hailing from states with deadlines that have not yet passed can use TurboVote to register or request an absentee ballot. (If you're from Alabama, California, Connecticut, Iowa, Nebraska, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Vermont, or Wyoming it's not too late!)

Social Sciences Division

Professor Traces Baseball's Spread Across the Pacific

Visiting professor Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu traced the spread of baseball across the Pacific in the 19th and 20th centuries on Tuesday as part of a lecture series on U.S.-Japan Relations sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs.


Study Shows Leaders Experience Lower Stress

Leaders with higher levels of responsibility experience lower stress levels than their peers with less on their shoulders, according to the results of a recent study published by Harvard researchers.

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Beauty After Ruin

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Year In Review 2015

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Year in Sports 2015

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Class of 2015, By the Numbers