Reflections on a year

Death by fentanyl

Addiction specialist explains synthetic opioid’s role in U.S. epidemic

HUBweek to showcase Boston’s cutting edge

Harvard-backed festival highlights innovation in arts and sciences

Study supports heart benefit in chocolate

Harvard-led research notes lower risk of atrial fibrillation

Events

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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Commencement Address | Harvard Commencement 2017

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg gave his address at Harvard's 366th Commencement on May 25, 2017 at Tercentenary Theatre.

Harvard researchers study what causes falls among elderly

For over 50 years, scientists at the Institute for Aging Research, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, have been studying what causes falls among the elderly, and how to prevent them. 

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Harvard-backed HUBweek to showcase Boston arts, science innovation

The festival will begin Oct. 10 and feature symposia, lectures, and interactive events examining a wide range of topics.

Harvard-backed HUBweek to showcase Boston arts, science innovation

The festival will begin Oct. 10 and feature symposia, lectures, and interactive events examining a wide range of topics.

Reflections on a year

A collection of scenes from the 2016-2017 school year at Harvard.

Exposure to inequality reduces support for ‘millionaire’s tax’

A new study has found that, following momentary exposure to inequality, support for a "millionaire’s tax" dropped by more than 50 percent.

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News from Around Harvard

Written Senior Perspectives: Karly Zlatic

While I committed to Harvard in October of my junior year of high school, it didn’t hit me that I was going to Harvard, or even playing soccer in college, until my grandparents’ car rolled off …

“The fact was it felt good to be angry, to yell and curse, because if she wasn’t angry then she was mostly afraid: of nightmares, of being alone, of the shadows in the church parking lot across the street, of cars backfiring, of the sound of knocking...

Why is it great? This week we’re spotlighting stellar literary journalism about America’s gun violence epidemic, and this stunning story by Eli Saslow takes an intimate, often …

Fainting: Frightening, but seldom serious

While frightening, fainting is not always serious, though it’s important to be aware that it may be a sign of an underlying problem with the blood vessels or heart. …

Patent Trolling Isn’t Dead — It’s Just Moving to Delaware

The recent Supreme Court ruling wasn’t a cure-all.

A Refresher on A/B Testing

Spoiler: Many people are doing it wrong.

Ortelius’ World

This post is part of an ongoing series featuring items from the exhibition Open House 75: Houghton Staff Select on display in the Edison and Newman Room from May 8 – August 19, 2017. …

HGSE Remembers Mitchell Chester, Ed.M.’88, Ed.D.’91

400x200-mitchell-chester.jpg The Harvard Graduate School of Education is remembering Mitchell Chester, Ed.M.’88, Ed.D. …

The Geopolitics of Renewable Energy

Jun 28, 2017For a century, the geopolitics of energy has been synonymous with the geopolitics of oil and gas. However, geopolitics and the global energy economy are both changing. …