How conservators preserve Harvard’s rare collections

SurgiBox wins $70,000 President’s Challenge

Safe, collapsible surgery device offers alternative to existing solutions

Design student leads 22 cyclists on 1,000-mile desert journey

Thesis explores how people were using their bikes as a means of “surviving and thriving”

New weapons against agricultural pests

Researchers create natural insecticidal proteins to target resistant bugs

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ARTS FIRST: Battle of the Bands

Sun., May 1, 2016, 7:30pm - 10:30pm

The Flick

Mon., May 2, 2016, 4:00pm - 4:45pm

Marimba Band Concert

Tue., May 3, 2016, 12:00pm - 1:15pm

Black 2.0: the New Liberation Movement

Tue., May 3, 2016, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Askwith Forum - Teens and Sex: Navigating from Shame and Regret to Integrity and Wellness

Tue., May 3, 2016, 6:00pm - 7:30pm

The Resolution of the Suspect: Work in Progress

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Become Anything

Harvard helped Jeremy Lin, class of 2010, see that he could become many things, even a professional basketball player.

Educating Girls Globally | Harvard Graduate School of Education

Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, reflects on the global constraints that girls and women face to receiving an education and what UNESCO is doing to help.

Tackling climate change

Harvard is uniquely equipped to shape the ideas and innovations that will lead the transition to a low-carbon future

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How our bodies harness energy

Robert A. Lue, faculty director of the Harvard Ed Portal, offered his audience insight into his upcoming HarvardX course “Cell Biology: Mitochondria,” during a talk on April 21.

Painting of College’s first African-American graduate unveiled in Annenberg Hall

Officials unveiled a painting of Richard Theodore Greener, Harvard College’s first African-American graduate, in Annenberg Hall.

The architect as artist

In honor of his creative achievements, architect Frank Gehry received the Harvard Arts Medal in a ceremony that marked the kickoff to Arts First, Harvard’s four-day celebration of student and …

My dinner with Dr. Hawking

A day after attending Stephen Hawking’s talk at Harvard, reporter Peter Reuell received an invitation from Cumrun Vafa — would he be interested in attending a dinner party in Hawking’s honor?

News from Around Harvard

Innovation and Its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies

This book explores the sources and dynamics of social opposition to innovation. …

Okwelogu Wins Shot Put at Penn Relays

Competing for the final time before the 2016 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, Harvard sent student-athletes to the Penn Relays and the Stonehill Invitational, where the No. …

Harvard Football Welcomes 26 Incoming Freshmen in Class of 2020

Tim Murphy, The Thomas Stephenson Family Head Coach for Harvard Football, has announced the names of 26 recruited student-athletes who have accepted offers of admission to Harvard University for the …

Softball, Baseball Doubleheaders at Dartmouth Postponed Until Tuesday

The softball and baseball doubleheaders between Harvard and Dartmouth originally scheduled for Sunday, May 1 have been postponed until Tuesday, May 3.

No. 18 Women’s Water Polo Downed by No. 20 Bucknell, 11-7, in CWPA Championship Fifth-Place Game

In its final game of the season, the No. 18 Harvard women's water polo team fell short to No. 20 Bucknell, 11-7, in the fifth-place game of the CWPA Championship Sunday morning at Blodgett Pool.

No. 5 Heavyweight Crew Wins 19th-Straight Smith Cup Over No. 9 Northeastern

The No. 5 Harvard men’s heavyweight crew outlasted No. …

No. 6 Men’s Lightweight Crew Falls to No. 3 Princeton, No. 1 Yale

The No. 6 Harvard men’s lightweight crew team fell to No. 3 Princeton and No. 1 Yale Saturday morning at Lake Carnegie.

Women’s Rugby Falls in Cup Semis at Varsity 7’s Championship

The Harvard women’s rugby team closed out its regular season Saturday at the Varsity 7’s Championship hosted by Army. …