Crimson staff writer
Jessica N. Nieto
Harvard Persian Art Sells for $34 Million
When Stuart Cary Welch ’50—who served as a curator of Islamic and Indian art at the Harvard Art Museum until ...
HappyNest for Happiness
Tonight the "HappyNest" on the third floor of the SOCH will celebrate its first opening at 8 p.m. The HappyNest will be the permanent drop-in center for Harvard's Happiness Project, which is a student run organization that seeks to promote well-being in order to increase happiness and decrease stress.
Soros Fellowships Awarded to Grad Students
Harvard students have claimed 10 of the 30 spots for this year’s Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, which provide financial assistance to immigrants or children of immigrants who are pursuing graduate studies.
Learning at Harvard is more often associated with struggling through Organic Chemistry than with discovering how to enjoy yourself, but ...
Two Sides of Taste
Like many Harvard students, the new Adams House Head Chef juggles multiple commitments. Jerome R. Picca is not only dedicated ...
15 Questions: James T. Kloppenberg
1. Fifteen Minutes: Your book deals with the influences that shaped Obama’s view of the world. Why is this important ...