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Alexandra A. Chaidez

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Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard Kennedy School

Journalist Win McCormack Endows New Kennedy School Professorship

Archon Fung, the academic dean of the Kennedy School, will be the first person to hold this position, formally titled the Winthrop Laflin McCormack Professorship of Citizenship and Self-Government.

Caleb Cheeshahteaumuck
Visual Arts

Painting In Color

Stephen E. Coit ’71, a 69-year-old venture capitalist and entrepreneur, is working to improve the representation of people of color at Harvard—one brush stroke at at time.

Pforzheimer House

Pfoho Students Collect Funds, Supplies for Hurricane Relief

“I think that it is never too hard to give back a little because a little given downwards will go a long way for people who really need it,” Siegelaub said.

Thanksgiving Dinner in Dunster House
Flyby Blog

Things To Do On or Near Campus Over Thanksgiving Recess

If you’re from overseas or across the United States, or you’re just too lazy to pack like me, then you might be in need of a couple things to do on or near campus over Thanksgiving Recess. Well, you came to the perfect place.

Yaz and Cam

UC Hosts Phone Bank Against GOP Bill's Proposed Endowment Tax

UC representatives urged fellow students to call and advocate against a provision in the Congressional tax bill that would cost the University millions.

Love Your Body Day

Celebrating Body Positivity, ECHO Holds Annual 'Love Your Body Day'

“We’re here to become a space where people can talk about body image, love their bodiest,” Maldonado said. “I think that’s an important thing we are trying to emphasize this year.”

Timothy J. Toomey, Jr.

Timothy J. Toomey, Jr.

First elected to the City Council in 1989, Timothy J. Toomey, Jr. is running again this year as an incumbent.

The European Union Global Strategy and Its Implications in Tax Policy
University News

Experts Plumb Complexities of International Tax Policy

Questions over the taxation of multinational corporations are putting strain on the relationship between the United States and the European Union, experts said at a Center for European Studies event Wednesday.


Harvard Square Businesses and Performers Celebrate Oktoberfest

One group performing at Oktoberfest sported signs and instruments emblazoned with slogans like “Black Lives Matter” and “End White Supremacy.”

Harvard Kennedy School

Researcher Discusses Gender Integration in Military at Belfer Center

“We found that living and working with women causes men to adopt more egalitarian attitudes,” Dr. Andreas Kotsadam said.

Aesthetic and Narrative

Souza, Former White House Photographer, Reflects on Obama Administration

Pete Souza, the official photographer of the the Reagan and Obama administrations, discussed his new book and shared some of the iconic images of his time at the White House at the Institute of Politics Wednesday.