For the second year in a row, a record number of students applied to and enrolled in the English department’s creative writing workshops. This spring, the program includes 24 workshops — another all-time high — in both fiction and non-fiction disciplines.
Donor’s Collection of Children’s Literature Sparks Houghton Library Renovations to Increase Accessibility
Houghton Library will undergo significant changes beginning this fall as part of a year-long renovation project designed to increase accessibility to the building, which houses Harvard’s rare manuscripts and books.
Diana L. Eck and Dorothy A. Austin have served as the faculty deans of Lowell House for twenty years. This spring they will step down.
The trial over Harvard's affirmative action admissions policy ended last month, and students gathered on Friday afternoon to discuss the term "Asian American" and its relevance for students' identities.
Robert J. Wood, a Harvard professor of engineering and applied sciences, won the Max Planck-Humboldt Medal last week for his innovations in soft robotics. The medal comes with $68,000 in prize money.
“Harvard Medical School is staunchly opposed to any efforts by federal agencies to limit the definition of sex as an immutable condition determined at birth,” a spokesperson wrote in a statement.
Ralph Nader spoke at the Law Forum to discuss the need for more public interest lawyers and his belief in the School's need to support public interest careers.
Scattered across the floor and on couches in the Women’s Center, over two dozen students sipped tea as they listened to undergraduate student activists discuss emotional labor and self-care Wednesday night.
Former Winthrop Dean Sullivan Failed to File Tax Returns for Nearly a Decade, Judge Finds
Harvard Political Review Managing Editor Resigns Citing ‘Racist’ Incidents
Former Winthrop Dean Sullivan Criticizes Admins During Constitutional Law Society Event
Celebrating Scholars, not Scholarships
Group Protests The Crimson’s Coverage of ‘Abolish ICE’ Rally