VHacks, which took place from March 8 to 11, was a joint-effort between Vatican officials, the Catholic think tank Optic, and students from Harvard and MIT.
Harvard Business School’s Baker Library has added the accumulated works of prominent economist Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer to its permanent Special Collections.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of its African American Student Union, HBS is hosting a conference, academic symposium, and exhibition.
The Extension School has grown its online course catalog significantly over the past few years, according to the dean of the Division of Continuing Education.
University President-elect Lawrence S. Bacow said he is interested in creating more opportunities for underresourced communities to access Harvard and its teaching at a press conference on Sunday.
“We are interested in sharing real abortion narratives just to destigmatize abortion, to bring humanity, compassion, and empathy to this topic,” said an organizer of the event.
Any Democrat who excuses Franken’s lascivious behavior—whether it be out of cynicism for our political future or another reason—must recognize that they, too, are part of the problem.
The College used input from undergraduate focus groups to update its sexual assault prevention training modules for 2017, according to Title IX Coordinator Emily J. Miller.
Though liberals like me disagree with Trump’s opinions, we must acknowledge that his message won in part because it was digestible, whereas the liberal agenda was not.
“If it could happen at Cornell, it could happen here at Harvard,” said Hasani A. Hayden ’19, the President of BSA.
Three former White House chiefs of staff discussed disorganization in the Trump White House at an Institute of Politics event on Tuesday night.
Murray, whose work alleging race can be linked to IQ disparities has been denounced as “racist pseudoscience” by the Southern Poverty Law Center, spoke to a crowd of nearly 300.
Americans, ever the optimists, promise that every problem has a solution. But as I watched yet another conflict unfold in Jerusalem, I felt my American optimism lose out to logic.
When I get upset about something as insignificant as my midterms, I try to think of my grandfather’s example, but I don’t always succeed. The never-ending drive for success synonymous with four years at Harvard is consuming.
Nearly ten years after its inception, the Harvard Ed Portal has grown to provide academic support to about 250 Allstonian students each year.