Move-in Day for Harvard's Class of 2020

Exoplanet might have oxygen atmosphere, but not life

Research may help solve puzzle of how Venus evolved

Ahead of Bauhaus centennial, a digital gateway

Insights on 32,000 objects illuminate movement’s Harvard ties

New century brings new challenges for national parks

Kennedy School’s Bilmes shares findings from forward-looking commission


On display through Sept. 18

Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia

On display through Aug. 31

Babar Comes to Houghton Library

Thu., August 25, 2016, 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Gallery Talk: The Renovation and Expansion Project

Sat., August 27, 2016, 10:00am

Exhibition Opening: Folding, Refraction, Touch: Modern and Contemporary Art in Dialogue with Wolfgang Tillmans

Sat., August 27, 2016, 10:00am

Exhibition Opening: Modern Art and Modernity

Sat., August 27, 2016, 10:00am

Exhibition Opening, Vision and Justice: The Art of Citizenship


Amy Cuddy on how body language can change your future

In her new book, “Presence,” Harvard Business School’s Amy Cuddy talks about how to use  “power posing” to confront any of life’s daunting challenges—a job interview, an audition, an important exam—with power, grace, and most importantly, no regrets.

John F. Kennedy, 1956 - Harvard Voices

On the afternoon of June 14, 1956, Senator John F. Kennedy addressed the Harvard Alumni Association in Harvard Yard.

Latest Harvard Gazette News

The Yard awakens as freshmen arrive

After nearly 13 weeks of summer quiet, Harvard Yard awoke again as the Class of 2020 officially arrived on campus this morning. …

Finding biological barcodes

Two recent studies have shown that cells early in development can be marked with a genetic barcode that later can be used to reconstruct their lineage.

Ahead of Bauhaus centennial, a digital gateway

Some of the groundwork for a planned 2019 exhibit on Harvard and the Bauhaus has already found a place online.

Science lesson brings sweet rewards

Harvard’s “Science and Cooking for Kids” program showed local children the snap behind the chocolate and the role chemistry plays in the process.

News from Around Harvard

Taking It All In: Environmental toxins and your health

Chemicals are used in plastics, furniture, cosmetics and even in the foods we eat, while other pollutants contaminate our air and water. …

Surprising Views

Via Harvard Art Museums—The Art Study Center’s open hours—hosted by various curatorial fellows—offer visitors a chance to drop in and view artwork they might not otherwise encounter. …

Too Many Executives Are Missing the Most Important Part of CRM

Sales numbers are only part of the equation.

Undocumented and Educated

In the four years since the Obama Administration launched the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, young, undocumented immigrants have gained visibility, opportunity, and some …

Knee replacement: Life changing or a disappointment?

Osteoarthritis, the “wear and tear” form of arthritis, can cause pain and restricted movement in the joints. …

Superbosses Aren’t Afraid to Delegate Their Biggest Decisions

They know how to empower their team.

When Corporate Philanthropy Makes the Recipient Look Bad

A study of theaters and their artistic reputations.

Anjali Tripathi Named White House Fellow

Harvard graduate student and astrophysicist Anjali Tripathi has been named a White House Fellow for 2016-17. She is one of 16 Fellows selected from more than 1,000 applicants.