With free scoops of ice cream in the sunny afternoon outside the courtyard of the Center for European Studies (CES),
After eight months of construction, renovations to the Science Center will not be completed until next March—two months later than
A new computer “worm” disguised as an e-mail from Microsoft left a trail of infection across the College this week.
They came from east coast and left coast—and as far away as Zimbabwe—bearing their trademark red folders and looking for
Winthrop House Senior Tutor Courtney B. Lamberth will step down at the end of this academic year, leaving another vacancy
This April’s Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) will make an indelible mark on the applications of all pre-meds who take
Harvard School of Public Health researchers have found a new health concern for overweight Americans—having surgical tools lost inside their
Though students flock to Ivy League universities for a first-rate education, they may want to consider looking elsewhere when it
With a discovery on the genetic composition of roundworms, scientists have come closer to finding new methods for treating obesity.
There are some thirty student publications at Harvard, but the editors of the newly-launched magazine The Harvard African say theirs
A former MIT student pleaded guilty last week to mail fraud stemming from a scheme involving the sale of computers
Under pressure to fall in line with other elite medical schools like Harvard, Yale, Duke and Stanford, the Johns Hopkins
A Swedish biotech firm has signed an exclusive agreement with Harvard Medical School (HMS) that provides the firm broad access
The key to implementing human rights globally is through education, said a former U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights at
A Harvard College graduate was released on bail Wednesday from a Malawian jail two days after being arrested for anti-government