‘The Swerve’ Named National Book Award Finalist

Some might argue that a Harvard education—Expos 20 and all—owes much of its conception of liberal arts to the Renaissance age. And while many have investigated the wealth of scholarship that the Renaissance produced, few have attempted to explain what sparked the period in the first place. Last week, The National Book Foundation recognized the product of John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities Stephen J. Greenblatt by naming his latest work, "The Swerve," a National Book Awards Finalist.

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Play Starcraft, Win an iPad

With a grand prize of an iPad 2 at stake, fans of the hit strategy game Starcraft 2 will have further incentive to conquer their opponents next weekend.

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Harvard Senior Wins Glamour Award

Beauty, talent, and brains reign supreme for Isha H. Jain '12, who made Glamour Magazine’s list of “Top 10 College Women” for her lifelong work in the biological fields and involvement in Harvard's National Symposium for the Advancement of Women in Science.


A Message in Haiku

Europe Day—May 9 Celebrate with CES On the Facebook Wall.