The Winthrop House Faculty deans reside in a house on Memorial Drive.
The Harvard Public Opinion Project, which conducts an annual poll, is one of the programs at the Institute of Politics.
Westover's memoir, which chronicles her life growing up without a formal education and going on to earn a PhD from Cambridge University, was a New York Times bestseller.
Tara Westover, author of "Educated," speaks with Nancy Gibbs, director of the Shorenstein Center at the IOP JFK Jr. Forum on Tuesday night.
Veggie Grill, a vegetarian chain restaurant originally from the west coast, is bringing Harvard Square a different kind of comfort food.
Judy Chicago, a feminist artist and figurehead of the 1970s American feminist art movement, visited the Radcliffe Institute to celebrate the launch of an online portal archiving her work — part of a collaborative archival project across three universities.
Divest Harvard students gathered in Science Center Plaza to protest the University's holdings of Brazilian land.
Hope Cessford hails from Durham, England and represented her country in the U-23 World Championships.
Over 100 women took over this rarely used Harvard University Design School building on 888 Memorial Drive on International Women’s Day in March 1971. Their goal was to live collectively in a “Liberated Women’s Center” until the city of Cambridge met their demands to house the community’s first official women’s center.
U.S. Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III (D-Mass.) speaks at the JFK, Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics Thursday night.
Pedestrians cross Soldiers' Field Road across the Charles River.
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