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Cecilia A. J. Nunez '20 is one of the organizers of Harvard's first Latinx Convocation to take place this Sunday.
The Faculty Retirement Handbook includes description of benefits granted to emeritus professors.
Quentin A. Palfrey ’96, pictured here on the night of the Sept. 2018 primary, is the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor.
Natasha K. Warikoo is an Associate Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Thang Q. Diep '19 filed his marked-up Harvard application in court in an effort to help the University combat a lawsuit alleging it discriminates against Asian-American applicants.
Sigma Chi, one of three remaining Harvard fraternities.
The Undergraduate Council held its first meeting of the fall 2018 semester in the newly renovated Smith Campus Center.
The Harvard University Committee on the Arts commissioned artist Teresita Fernández to create the sculpture “Autumn (...Nothing Personal)," which is inspired by a 1964 James Baldwin essay and will remain in Harvard Yard until early October.
One of the co-owners of the storied Middle East Nightclub and Restaurant has stepped down following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Langdell Hall houses the Harvard Law School Library.
Patrons purchase produce at the Harvard University Farmers' Market in the Science Center Plaza.
Quentin Palfrey defeated Jimmy Tingle to become the Democratic nominee for Massachusetts lieutenant governor.