Dunster House reopens after renewal

A fuller picture of cancer

For first time, model captures both shape and speed of tumor growth

Move-in day for the Class of 2019

Freshmen arrive on campus, start settling in to college, and new lives

Harvard's greenest roof

The roof of Batten Hall is home to two beehives, flora and fauna, and 436 solar panels

Events

Mon., August 31, 2015, 7:00pm - 8:50pm

Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean

Wed., September 2, 2015, 7:40pm - 9:40pm

Jill Abramson presents "Page One: Inside the New York Times"

Thu., September 3, 2015, 6:00pm

'Black Portraiture[s] II' Exhibition Opening Reception

Thu., September 3, 2015

Exhibit Opening: Corita Kent and the Language of Pop

Sat., September 5, 2015, 7:30pm

Waitress

Sat., September 5, 2015, 7:00pm - Sun., September 6, 2015, 6:00am

Heist Night!

Multimedia

Time-lapse of Harvard College Class of 2019 Move-In Day

Harvard Yard bustles with activity on move-in day as the Class of 2019 makes Harvard their home. For more, see the Harvard Class of 2019 Move-In Day Storify. 

Robert Frost, 1950s - Harvard Voices

Former Harvard student and then Norton Professor, poet Robert Frost answered an undergraduate’s question in the early 1950s and later read one of his most famous poems, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.”

Latest Harvard Gazette News

No loss of character in new-look Dunster

Dunster House opened its doors Saturday as students moved in for the first time since its renewal. …

A fuller picture of cancer

A research team led by Martin Nowak has developed a model that captures both the shape and speed of tumor growth.

The maturing of MOOCs

In a question-and-answer session, the researchers behind the edX platform reflect on the risks, rewards, and changes in online learning.

Understanding the IT band

Research led by Carolyn Eng delivers insights into how the IT band stores and releases elastic energy to make walking and running more efficient.

News from Around Harvard

Women’s Soccer Blanks Army, 1-0, in Season Opener

Competing in its first contest of the year, Harvard women’s soccer earned a 1-0 victory at Army after a 71st-minute goal from senior Brooke Dickens.

The many reasons why Lebanese are in the street

"Like most public political dramas across the Middle East, the current events in Lebanon revolving around uncollected garbage are really about several different issues that have merged into one."

Female CEOs Find Stock-Based Pay Harder to Get, Easier to Lose

New research suggests male CEOs are better at earning more — and hiding it.

GSD announces Fall 2015 lecture and conference program

The Harvard Graduate School of Design has announced its Fall 2015 program of lectures, panels, and conferences.

Nature in the City: an event in honor of Christine Saum, September 24

Nature in the City/The City in Nature, a forum in honor of Christine Saum (LF ’08), will be held September 24, hosted by the Loeb Fellowship, the National Capital Planning Commission, the …

Why Won’t My Employees Admit They’re Going on Vacation?

One CEO’s quest to eliminate the stealth holiday.

Margo Seltzer named director of Center for Research on Computation and Society

Cambridge, Mass. – Aug. 28, 2015 - Margo Seltzer, Herschel Smith Professor of Computer Science at the Harvard John A. …