Opening HUBweek in Faneuil Hall

Michael Sandel mulls the sometime tension between our technology and ourselves

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A childlike vision artfully refined

Houghton exhibit spans the many pursuits of Walter Crane

Students bring fresh perspective to environmental issues

HUCE funding supports undergrads from across disciplines

A natural history of neurons

As we grow, our brain cells develop different genomes from one another, according to new research


Mon., October 5, 2015, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Israel-Palestine: International Law, Human Rights, and U.S. Policy

Mon., October 5, 2015, 6:00pm

How does the Environment Affect our Health?

Mon., October 5, 2015, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Art. Science. Learning.

Tue., October 6, 2015, 12:00pm - 1:30pm

The Refugee Crisis in Europe: The Challenges of Policy, Politics, and Logistics

Tue., October 6, 2015, 12:00pm - 1:30pm

State of the Podcast, 2015

Tue., October 6, 2015, 6:00pm

The Rita E. Hauser Forum for the Arts: David Grossman, "Facts of Life and Death"

Join us for HUBweek on Oct. 3-10, celebrating the intersection of art, science, and technology across Greater Boston

View events Join us for HUBweek on Oct. 3-10, celebrating the intersection of art, science, and technology across Greater Boston


Aiming at Understanding History

Students in Associate Professor of Anthropology Matthew Liebmann's "Encountering the Conquistadors" class (Anthropology 1190) recently got a hands-on taste of prehistoric life, trying their hands at using an ancient weapon called an atlatl.

Dangerous Mines: Saving Lives Through Leadership | Harvard Business School

Cynthia Carroll’s breathtaking story about taking decisive action in the face of a complex and dangerous situation.

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Paying for health care with time

In 2010, people in the United States spent 1.1 billion hours seeking health care for themselves or for loved ones. That time was worth $52 billion. …

Man vs. machine

Harvard’s Michael Sandel and an all-star panel engaged in a “Justice” style dialogue to kick off HUBweek.

Harvard housing program creates community

The Graduate Commons Program brings together graduate students living in Harvard University Housing. Its goal is to create a community for scholars, family, and friends.

Smith project gets OK from Board of Zoning Appeal

The Cambridge Board of Zoning Appeal (BZA) gave its approval to Harvard University’s Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center renovation plans Thursday night. …

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A Leader on National Security

After 15 years in Congress, Adam Schiff has emerged as a leading Democratic voice on national security.

A Supreme Opera

“Scalia/Ginsburg,” a comic opera by Derrick Wang, had its world premiere this summer in Virginia. Among those in the audience for the premiere was Justice Ginsburg herself.

Leadership profile: A conversation with James A. Attwood Jr. J.D./M.B.A. ’84

As the law school’s Campaign for the Third Century kicks off Oct. 23, it finds itself in very able hands: One of its co-chairs is Jim Attwood J.D./M.B.A. ’84.

The Right Fit?

Litigation is often seen as an either/or proposition. You either settle out of court or go to trial and leave the outcome entirely in the hands of a judge or a jury. …

Lasting Laughs

Jonathan Goldstein’s unconventional path helped propel him to success in the entertainment industry.

Turning Over a New Leaf

The recent digitization of the Simon Greenleaf papers offers glimpses of the 19th century HLS professor who viewed the law as a fusion of scientific thought and moral experience.

Lawyers, Ethics and Change

The HLS Center on the Legal Profession has been looking at ethical questions for lawyers in today’s new environment. …

Beyond Obergefell | Religious Liberties Proponents Survey the New Landscape

One year after a major win in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, will Obergefell herald a narrowing of space for those who oppose same-sex marriage to express their views?