With President Trump’s constant criticism of the media and the American Dialect Society’s naming of “fake news” as 2017’s word of the year, Spielberg brings together some of Hollywood’s top and classic talents as a recount and a reminder of the power of the press.
After more than a year of turmoil—student protest, Faculty outcry over lack of involvement, multiple committee reviews, and backlash from social groups—the Harvard Corporation voted to keep the College's sanctions and put an end to the debate.
Panelists discuss Harvard's presidential search at an event at the Faculty Club Tuesday. Speakers called for increased student and alumni involvement in the search.
Harvard affiliates called for greater student and alumni involvement in the search for the University’s next president at a panel discussion Tuesday.
In total, the city will allocate $867,000 toward seven projects, including planting 100 trees and distributing "resource kits" to Cambridge's homeless population.
The ceremony marked the completion of SEAS complex’s steel framework, a project expected to cost over $1 billion.
Abell's one of the three members of the Board of Overseers on the search committee currently choosing Harvard’s next president.
Harvard proposed developing a 14-acre plot of its now-empty land in Allston, prompting concern from some Allston residents at a community forum.
Mercury is blocking one of Mars’s moons today, which means a turbulent day for Aries.
Harvard officials unveiled the details of new planned arts facilities in Allston—dubbed the "ArtLab"—to locals at a Harvard-Allston task force meeting Thursday evening.
The project to redesign the Massachusetts Turnpike in Allston may cost upwards of $1.2 billion and will likely break ground in 2020.
By the time the Cambridge City Council preliminary election results came out early Wednesday morning, Nadya T. Okamoto ’20 said, she hadn’t slept for four days.
A preliminary vote count shows Cambridge electing six incumbents and three new officials to City Council.
With so many organizations having comps and barriers to entry, Harvard becomes a difficult place to navigate. Intense comps often intimidate students, driving them away from new activities.
Okamoto's age has helped her garner national and regional media attention as she tries to become the youngest member of the City Council.