More peace in our time? Yes, actually

Pinker revisits ‘Better Angels’ as violence dominates headlines

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Five from Harvard are Rhodes Scholars

Oxford-bound group from Class of 2016 pushes history of honorees to 355

An indictment of Ebola response

Panel calls for reform of global public health system in wake of epidemic

A cautionary tale of justice

Accused at 24, Victor Rosario shares the story of his wrongful conviction


Mon., November 30, 2015, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Art Study Center Open Hours

Mon., November 30, 2015, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Special Screening: "Racing Extinction" Documentary

Tue., December 1, 2015, 8:00pm

Concert by Composer Steven Kazuo Takasugi and the Talea Ensemble

Wed., December 2, 2015, 10:00am - 12:00pm

FAS Diversity Dialogue: But I Don't See Color! Consequences of Racial Color Blindness

Wed., December 2, 2015, 4:00pm

The Relation among Judicial Independence, Separation of Powers, and Corruption: Lecture by Claudia Escobar

Wed., December 2, 2015, 6:00pm

Three Ways to Live the High Life: Andean, Tibetan, and East African


Learning Through Collaboration: Mumbai Back Bay Studio | One Harvard

The Mumbai Back Bay Harbor project brings together faculty and students from multiple Schools at Harvard University to integrate the design and development aspects of projects with political, financial, and regulatory components of urban development.

StoryCorps and Corita Kent at the Harvard Art Museums

The Harvard Art Museums worked with the national oral history project StoryCorps and National Grid to record conversations about the artist Corita Kent in conjunction with the exhibition "Corita Kent and the Language of Pop.” 

Latest Harvard Gazette News

A moment for gratitude

Staff members from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences gathered at University Hall to see friends, enjoy cider and cookies, and write notes to co-workers, in the annual Giving Thanks open house.

Ann Blair named University Professor

Historian Ann Blair has been named a University Professor, Harvard’s highest faculty honor. She will become the Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor.

Shedding light on dark adventures

Robert Ballard, director of the University of Rhode Island’s Center for Ocean Exploration and president of the nonprofit Ocean Exploration Trust, drew a standing room-only crowd of more than 300 to …

Violence in streets, hope in the data

While the daily news conveys a world beset by horrific acts of terrorism, brutal civil war, and frequent mass shootings, Professor Steven Pinker brought a hopeful message to a talk at Emerson Hall, …

News from Around Harvard

The Condensed December 2015 Issue

Amy Bernstein, editor of HBR, offers executive summaries of the major features.

Benefits, concerns around national identification systems

November 24, 2015 — Across the globe, legal identification is required for essential tasks such as opening a bank account, accessing government assistance, and…

The Dark Side of Creativity

The path to new ideas is often a turbulent one.

Harvard Leads the Way in LEED

With 100 building projects certified by the U.S. Green Building Council, the university has more than any other higher-education campus. …

Ann Blair Named University Professor

Multifaceted historian studies books and reading, science entwined with religion, early modern EuropeEminent historian and 2015 Radcliffe fellow Ann Blair has been named a University Professor, …

[TODAY] Privacy in a world of IoT, self driving cars, and a climate crisis

Subtitle with Robin Chase Teaser Robin Chase will lay out a near term future where communications and software platforms will deliver us smart cities, smart homes, …

Thriving in the Reimagined Workplace

Sponsor Content from GoToMeeting.

In Ruhleben Camp: weathering class divisions part 2 (The Camp School)

In Ruhleben Camp follows the production schedule of the magazine created by prisoners at Ruhleben, an internment camp for British civilians in Germany during WWI. …