Increasingly, economic and political inequality is interlaced

Analysts identify economic forces that perpetuate unequal wages, opportunities

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Alzheimer’s insights in single cells

Study of plaque production holds promise of helping improve treatment

Ups and downs at Harvard Stadium

Veterans of the climb will tell you it’s not speed that matters, but pushing your limits

Indigenous art in ‘Everywhen’

Exhibit at Harvard Art Museums focuses on seasonality, transformation, performance, and remembrance

Events

Wed., February 10, 2016, 12:30pm - 1:00pm

Gallery Talk: Everywhen

Wed., February 10, 2016, 5:00pm

Opening Reception: Unrest, An Exhibition by Philippe Grandrieux

Wed., February 10, 2016

CCVA Exhibition: Margaret Lee: de, da, do...da

Thu., February 11, 2016, 12:30pm - 1:00pm

Gallery Talk: Beyond Bosch

Thu., February 11, 2016, 4:30pm

Opening Reception for "Altered State: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition"

Thu., February 11, 2016, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Appreciating Wine and the Microbes that Make It

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Working Together

Working together, a professor and two students do world-class research in the lab, in the field, and even over breakfast.

Bob Schieffer: The Iowa Caucuses and the New Hampshire Primary | Shorenstein Center

Bob Schieffer, Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow, veteran CBS reporter, and former moderator of "Face the Nation," discussed this week’s Iowa Caucuses, and looked ahead to the upcoming primaries and general election.

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Added caution on pregnancy and alcohol

The Gazette spoke with Michael Charness, chief of staff for the Harvard-affiliated VA Boston Healthcare System, about the CDC’s recommendations to sexually active woman of childbearing age: either …

A look inside: Undergraduate House libraries

Each of Harvard’s 12 undergraduate residential Houses has a library, and despite their rich histories and outward grandeur, these are intimate spaces. …

Artfully at rest

A selection of Mount Auburn Cemetery's evocative funerary sculptures and monuments is the subject of a new book by Meg Winslow and Harvard’s Melissa Banta.

A record high for applications

Applications for admission to Harvard College are up 4.6 percent this year, with 39,044 students applying to the class of 2020.

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Why a Harvard Senior Thesis is Like No Other

As I finish up my senior year, find out why I’m writing a thesis!  Continue reading

Can OSHA Inspections Be Made More Effective?

David Levine, professor at the University of California, Berkeley, discusses health and safety inspections at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).

Controversy! A Reporter’s Perspective On Global Climate & Energy Debates: with Coral Davenport

A seminar and discussion with Coral Davenport, Energy & Environment Correspondent, The New York Times. …

Responding to Student Writing — and Writers

If you ask any college instructor or high school English teacher which part of her job is the most time-consuming, says Nancy Sommers, you’ll hear the same answer across the board: “Responding to …

Sudden Impact

Less than two years after its launch in April 2014, the Campaign for HDS is already having an impact on every aspect of the School’s mission. …

Sea-level Rise 'Could Last Twice as Long as Human History'

February 8, 2016The Guardian Image: By Damian Carrington Huge sea-level rises caused by climate change will last far longer than the entire history of human civilisation to date, according to …

Unifying community

Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club president Aislinn Brophy '17 speaks about the future of Harvard theater and her role in fostering a supportive organization. By Ian Askew ‘19

Walter V. Robinson: Spotlight on Investigative Reporting

February 9, 2016 — Walter V. Robinson, editor at large for The Boston Globe, discussed the Globe’s investigation into the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, the Oscar-nominated film …