As winter ends, and the climate improves for outdoor activities, the size of tour groups around Harvard increase in number. The campus attracts curious tourists and prospective college applicants.
With the end of Spring break, students resume classes, gearing up for the last several weeks of the term. Due to daylight savings time, students begin to experience longer periods of sunlight and warmer weather.
Kimberly Dowdell explains how administering equity in architecture can be redemptive. Citing the work that she has done in Detroit, Mich., Dowdell points out that purchasing vacant homes and then rehabbing them allows for those properties to host families that believe in the future of the city.
The Harvard Business School was one of two schools that the plaintiff of a federal lawsuit filed against Harvard applied to and was denied admission from.
Gina M. Raimondo '93, Governor of Rhode Island, reflects on her experiences as a politician and says that she has accomplished more than she ever thought possible as governor. Describing herself as a "believer", she considers herself more of an idealist now than before holding office.
Sally Haslanger, Professor from MIT, shares her skepticism with the audience regarding the use of Saudi money and the positive impact that MIT claims it can have on the community. She stresses her dissatisfaction with what she perceives as the "plutocracy" that has developed at MIT and Harvard.
Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio spoke with moderator Symone D. Sanders at the IOP on Thursday.
The Graduate Student Council met Wednesday night to discuss student unionization and a temporary halt to mental health survey reports.
Curated by Professor Catherine Brekus's Freshman Seminar 43D: Christianity and Slavery in America, the Yoke of Bondage exhibit opened at the Andover-Harvard Theological Library December 5th.
Massachusetts General Hospital is a Harvard teaching hospital in Boston's West End.
Dunster House Deans Axe Annual Goat Roast
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?
UC Rejects Statement in Support of Undergrad Who Filed Police Report About Confrontation With Winthrop Tutor
HUHS Rejects Student Proposal to Make Naloxone Publicly Available on Campus
Harvard is The Dream, Harvard Housing is a Nightmare