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Unionization Vote

Historic Unionization Vote Count to Begin Dec. 22

National Labor Relations Board officials will begin counting ballots on Dec. 22 in an election that will decide whether Harvard teaching and research assistants will form a union—though the ultimate result of the vote could be delayed further.

Professor Homi K. Bhabha
Humanities Division

Traversing Crossroads

As director of the Mahindra Humanities Center, professor Homi Bhabha has promoted efforts to adopt an interdisciplinary approach, to bring together Harvard affiliates with different interests and backgrounds, and to make the humanities relevant to current events.

Sealing the Deal

A Two-Way Street

Law School and presidential administrations have long maintained close ties.

Harvard Law School

HLS Graduate Explores Discriminatory History Of Popularly Cited Legal Terms

Kendra K. Albert, an affiliate of Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, urged audience members to examine critically the use of legal terminology in casual settings outside the court of law.

Peabody's 150

Visitors Flock to Peabody Museum’s 150th Anniversary Party

Attracting visitors with famous showman P.T. Barnum’s Feejee Mermaid sculpture, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology drew dozens to its 150th anniversary celebration Saturday.

Harvard Kennedy School

Humanitarian Panel Probes Into Healthcare Challenges in Syria

Humanitarian aid experts debated how to provide medical care in Syria at a panel at the Kennedy School of Government Thursday afternoon.

Student Life

Harvard Art Museums Open Archives to Public

On Monday, visitors to the Harvard Arts Museums got a rare peek into the usually closed archives of past exhibits during "Archives Open Hours."

Harvard in the City

HUBweek Events Highlight Boston-Area Innovation

Sponsored in part by Harvard, HUBweek is a week-long festival that aims to educate Boston residents about new ideas that companies and individuals in the city are developing

Harvard Law School

After 'Deepwater Horizon' Pre-Screening, Panel Reflects on Spill's Aftermath

The upcoming film was screened in Somerville Theater for those with a Harvard ID and a guest. A panel offered insights into the 2010 BP oil spill and the extensive aftermath.

Harvard Medical School

Minnesota Bioethicist Critiques Business in Medicine

Elliott, a bioethicist and doctor at the University of Minnesota, spoke about his recent book “White Coat, Black Hat: Adventures on the Dark Side of Medicine,” which critiques the increasing role that big businesses play in medicine.