Putting an artist in her place

New exhibit explores Corita Kent’s work in the pop movement

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Faust seeks even greater inclusion

At first Morning Prayers of academic year, Harvard president promotes diversity and its complexity

‘Black Chronicles II’ scrutinizes race, identity in Victorian England

Current issues of cultural identity and self-determination at the fore of the exhibit

A fuller picture of cancer

Three-dimensional model of solid tumors explains cancer evolution


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


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

Heist Night!

Mon., September 7, 2015, 7:00pm

Science and Cooking Public Lecture: Thinking about Flavor

Tue., September 8, 2015, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Pop-up Performance with Erin Jarvis


Why college matters

Dallas students expand on Harvard University President Drew Faust’s speech, "The Case for College,” and how it acts as a "stepping stone of success."

Episode 14: Jenna Weiss-Berman of BuzzFeed Audio | Nieman Lab

A conversation with Jenna Weiss-Berman, the director of audio at BuzzFeed. Jenna was hired last fall to figure out the site’s podcasting strategy, and thus far she’s launched three shows, each targeting the sites’s young diverse audience.

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Faust seeks even greater inclusion

During the first Morning Prayers session of the academic year, President Drew Faust told her listeners that while the University celebrates the differences within its community and student body as …

Life behind the pose

“Black Chronicles II,” at the Cooper Gallery, explores issues of race and identity through archival photographs from Victorian England.

Into the unknown

President Faust and other University leaders urged students toward a spirit of discovery in the convocation ceremony for the Class of 2019.

China syndrome

HBS’ Dante Roscini explains China’s stock market crash and how investors worldwide are recalibrating the country’s once go-go future.

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Media & Politics Must Reads, September 4, 2015

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Evelyn Hu named Harvard College Professor

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Jacqueline Bhabha Provides Perspective on Europe's Migrant Crisis

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“Stress” cardiomyopathy: A different kind of heart attack

The expression “you almost gave me a heart attack” is often used to express sudden shock or surprise. …

Affordable Care Act and the costs of contraception

2015 study from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School that explores how the federal Affordable Care Act has affected out-of-pocket costs for various methods of birth control. …

Weaving Interfaith Community at Harvard

Monday, August 31, was an auspicious day at Harvard Divinity School. …