Starting at the beginning of this academic year, student-athletes have had an additional resource at their disposal as they navigate both Harvard classes and Division I athletics: The Crimson Mind and Body Performance Program.
Eating mozzarella sticks, drinking beers, and cheering loudly for their teams, students crowded into common rooms and dining halls across campus to watch the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl Sunday.
The petition proposes a number of sites between Lincoln Street, which abuts the Massachusetts Turnpike, and the Charles River. This area includes Harvard Business School and the University's athletics complexes.
This was Bacow’s first visit to the Ed Portal, where he spent roughly 30 minutes greeting mentors and mentees. Mentees excitedly showed Bacow around their science lab.
Business School dean Nitin Nohria will chair a governing board that will manage the new land company.
In light of the fall 2020 opening of the new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences complex in Allston, Harvard has been ramping up its involvement in the local area.
As the number of recognized student groups on campus has spiked, funding has failed to keep pace. Now, the College is upping the student activities fee from $75 to $200.
On June 12, 1968, Coretta Scott King addressed a campus disillusioned by the draft and a spate of political violence.
Beginning next year, one entryway in Adams House will be focused specifically on student wellness.
Students gathered Saturday to discuss the effects of the ongoing lawsuit alleging Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants in its admissions process.
The Hutchins Center for African and African American Research held a symposium Friday to reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, 50 years after his assassination.
These changes come in light of increasing interest from the student body; the number of student requests to participate in the program rose between fall 2016 and fall 2017.
Ben M. Abercrombie '21 was ready for a successful career as a Harvard football player—until an entirely legal hit snapped his neck, compressing his spinal cord and essentially detaching his brain from the rest of his body.
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Renovated Lowell House Will Not Display Portrait of Controversial Former University President Abbott Lawrence Lowell
Harvard Motions to Dismiss Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Suicide
Alleging Sex Discrimination, Greek Organizations Insist Courts Must Hear Social Group Lawsuits
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