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Harvard Medical School

HMS Protest

Students at Harvard Medical School protested police brutality on Tuesday.

Chris Christie

Former Governor Chris Christie Visits Harvard to Discuss Opioid Epidemic

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie visited the Institute of Politics Tuesday for a conversation about policy responses to the opioid crisis in America.

HMS Protest

Longwood Students Host 'Die-In' to Protest Police Brutality

Students in the Longwood Medical Area held a demonstration against police brutality Tuesday in response to the killing of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, Calif.

Spring Weather for Yardfest

Wale and Lil Yachty Draw Hundreds to Yardfest

“I nearly died a while ago,” Daniel Um ’19 said of the packed crowd.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Former Governors Speak about Opioid Epidemic at School of Public Health

Five former governors spoke about state responses to the opioid epidemic at a roundtable discussion at the Harvard School of Public Health Thursday.

Harvard Medical School
Beth Israel Deaconess

Beth Israel Partners with Indian Hospital

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center signed a memorandum of understanding with the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in southwest India to collaborate on research.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Aetna Forms Research Partnership with School of Public Health

Aetna employees will voluntarily take longitudinal well-being surveys for five years, the results of which will be sent to researchers at the School of Public Health.

Tufts University School of Engineering

From Somerville to Allston: Bacow and the Future of SEAS

It will fall to Bacow to make sure this “unprecedented opportunity” does not become, as some faculty called it in 2013, an “Allston bomb.” Many of his colleagues at Harvard said they think he is up to the task.

Student Life

School of Public Health Admins Flag Classes for Review After Students Report 'Insults'

​Administrators flagged classes at the Harvard School of Public Health for review after students reported in-class “verbal or nonverbal slights/insults” on course evaluations.

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House Life

Mange Grill Order App Goes Down Over Weekend

The Mange app—used to place grill orders in campus dining halls—went down over the weekend, preventing some students from ordering grilled cheese and fries online.

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In Both Spheres: M.D.-Ph.D. Students at Harvard

Enrollees say the ability to pursue vastly different disciplines, the close social connections forged through the M.D.-Ph.D. program, and later career benefits derived from holding two degrees render the challenging curriculum more than worth it.

Saudi Crown Prince on Campus

Saudi Crown Prince Visits Harvard

Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited Harvard Saturday to discuss higher education and recent reforms with Boston-area university leaders.

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Harvard Study Links Mumps Outbreaks to Waning Vaccine Immunity

The recent spate of mumps outbreaks across the country, including one at Harvard, may be due to the waning effectiveness of the mumps vaccine.

School of Public Health

School of Public Health Alum Seeks to Bring Scientific Expertise to Congress

Eric L. Ding, an alumni of the School of Public Health, has announced his bid for the U.S. House of Representatives to represent Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District.

Hillary Clinton
Radcliffe Institute

Hillary Clinton to Receive Radcliffe Medal

​Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton will receive the Radcliffe Medal on May 25, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced in a press release Thursday.