Brianna D. MacGregor
In the face of international criticism, Harvard History professor Niall Ferguson apologized for his comments about John Maynard Keynes’ sexual orientation and its relation to his economic theories, prompting mixed reactions from the Harvard community.
In order to address concerns of declining student enrollment in the humanities, the Harvard Arts and Humanities Division is preparing to release an in-depth report analyzing trends in the humanities and recommending ways to rekindle undergraduate interest in the liberal arts.
As the field of humanities seeks to assert its educational value and revive dwindling student interest, faculty and administrators from several universities gathered at the Knafel Gymnasium, formerly known as the Radcliffe Gymnasium, Tuesday afternoon to discuss the future of the humanities at Harvard and beyond.
Four Harvard students are working to allow the blind and visually impaired to experience visual art by using 3D printing and audio components.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences continued its efforts to promote diversity on Wednesday morning at the latest installment of Diversity Dialogues, a popular lecture series designed to foster discussion of diversity among Harvard’s faculty and staff.
The new Harvard College Summer Humanities and Arts Research Program, or SHARP, will launch this summer with the goal of filling a gap in research opportunities for students of the arts and humanities.
As the Digital Public Library of America—a new online repository for text and media sources—prepares to launch next month, faculty and administrators at the University said they hope its creation will mark the beginning of a nationwide push for open access.
The humanities reigned in the latest round of concentration satisfaction ratings, followed closely by the social sciences and life sciences. As was the case in previous years, smaller concentrations generally outperformed larger ones in the survey, which is taken every spring by graduating seniors.
Sundance Film Festival recognized the artistic achievements of several Harvard filmmakers at this year’s festival.
From producing the fashion show Eleganza to promoting high fashion through the Vestis Council, Harvard students have proven that they know how to rock the world of style and couture. Below you can find profiles of three student fashion startups that strive to combine students’ love of style with a desire to give back to their community.
For students who want to relive—or rather, watch someone else relive—their awkward middle school days, the Second Annual Carl & Carol Pforzheimer Middle School Talent Show was an opportunity to travel back in time.
According to a new sign placed at the entrance of the dining hall at Harvard Hillel on Friday, Harvard University Dining Services has officially reopened the kosher kitchen’s doors to all.
The Library Lab showcased 28 library projects created by Harvard students, faculty, and staff Wednesday night.
This winter, the Scientista Foundation will raise awareness of continued gender discrimination in STEM fields through a series of blog posts bringing together anonymous stories from female scientists.
Violent crime has waned over the past three weeks, but there has been a troubling increase in the number of ...
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