RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (see Wikipedia's more complete definition), and provides a way for readers to subscribe to harvard.edu content updates. We provide RSS feeds for the aggregated content that flows from across the University through each of the following channels on harvard.edu.
- Arts & Culture
- Campus & Community
- Global Engagement
- Health & Medicine
- Public Service
- Science & Engineering
- Sustainability & Environment
- Teaching & Learning Innovation
- Unparalleled Student Experience
- All Channels
Feeds of University news drawn from the Harvard Gazette, including calendar listings and multimedia pieces, are available on the Gazette RSS page.
Harvard University encourages the use of our RSS feeds for personal use in a news reader or as part of a non-commercial website or blog. Please credit the source as Harvard University. We reserve the right to require that you cease distributing our content.
Create Your Own Feed
You can create your own custom feed of Harvard news by entering a search term into the field below. Your search will return a feed address that you can use with an RSS reader. This new custom feed will pull from the feed sources used within harvard.edu.
Note: Please separate multiple terms using spaces. If you need to match a phrase, surround it using double quotes, e.g. "Kennedy School."