Emma C. Cobb
Awash in natural light and surrounded by the collections of the three Harvard Art Museums, the renovated and revitalized Calderwood Courtyard stands ready to once again serve as the heart of the museums when they reopen on Nov. 16.
The night marked the fourth and final installment of “In-Sight Evening: Preparing for the New Harvard Art Museums,” an event series that began in 2012.
In preparation for its reopening this fall, the Harvard Art Museums will create a student advisory board composed of graduate and undergraduate students to serve as its connection to the student body.
The reconstructed building, which expands total gallery space to 43,000 square feet, will include six levels of public space, a new glass roof, and new resources and spaces for teaching, exhibition, and research.
A new exhibit in the Science Center showcases human body parts and historical objects related to the science of dissection and anatomy.
Sunday morning, freshmen all around the Yard received notes under their doors. Quincy had released the first housing day video of the 2014 season.
James Voorhies, who is an art historian, writer, and curator, will be responsible for developing and presenting exhibits and public programs at the Center.
Heather P. Campion, the first woman to serve in this position, will continue the history of collaboration between the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and the Institute of Politics. She plans to take steps to make the Library more hands-on and high-tech.
This December, students from all over the country and all over the world, celebrated not only the well deserved winter break, but also their acceptances into some of the country’s top schools.
You don’t want to lose your nice winter coat after you leave it in a huge pile, so it’s about time that you start thinking about what you’re going to wear out to the Owl in the snow. Thus, Flyby presents: The Fracket.
In a recent study conducted by the Hotamisligil Laboratory at the Harvard School of Public Health, a group of scientists discovered that a naturally occurring molecule called TUDCA, or Tauroursodeoxycholic acid, could prevent Type 1 Diabetes.
With the voting period for the Undergraduate Council elections underway, the three pairs of candidates vying to become the Council’s next president and vice president faced off in a debate at the John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum on Monday night.
The Food Literacy Project and the Harvard Undergraduate Beekeepers will provide students with a variety of bee-pollinated foods at a series of Food Future Study Breaks over the next two weeks.
Yesterday, The Atlantic published an article asking what the draw was for students taking ER 18: Classical Chinese Ethical and Political Theory. Here are some things they didn’t think of:
Cambridge Housing Authority commissioners voted 3-1 Wednesday to ban smoking in all city-owned public housing, a move that has drawn sharp criticism from residents and other community members.