Blades of glory

In time for the Head of the Charles, a guide to the oar designs of Harvard's teams and clubs

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Athletics director to retire

Bob Scalise, whose Harvard career began in 1974, will retire at the end of the academic year

All the right moves

Dancer Amirah Sackett, who fuses hip-hop with Islamic themes, teaches a master class at Harvard

Learning not to fear

Researchers say mindfulness meditation can alter how we process fearful memories

Harvard to launch center for autism research

The initiative aims to unravel the basic biology of autism and related disorders

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Saturday, October 19, 2019, 10:00am - 5:00pm

Critical Printing

Saturday, October 19, 2019, 8:00pm

The 106th Annual Harvard-Princeton Concert

Saturday, October 19, 2019, 7:00pm - 8:40pm

Swimming Pool

Sunday, October 20, 2019, 12:00pm - 3:00pm

Special Activity for International Archaeology Day

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One by one, they’re making a difference

Marking the launch of “To Serve Better,” a series of stories about people committed to improving communities around the nation.

Joseph Gone discusses his new role as faculty director of the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP)

Hailing from Montana, Joe Gone is an interdisciplinary social scientist with both theoretical and applied interests and member of the Aaniiih-Gros Ventre tribe. …

Harvard reaffirms commitment to public service

Over the past summer, 15 Harvard students helped communities around the country as part of the Presidential Public Service Fellowship (PPSF). …

The Rev. Raphael G. Warnock takes aim at nation’s prisons

In a discussion at Harvard’s Memorial Church, Atlanta-based preacher Raphael G. …

News from Around Harvard

Turkish Hostility and American Betrayal in Syria Creates New Crisis for Kurds

Oct 16, 2019The American betrayal of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) bears an uncanny resemblance to what happened in Kirkuk two years ago. …

The international community must stop Turkey’s ethnic cleansing plans in northern Syria

Oct 11, 2019For years, Turkey’s government allowed Islamic State fighters to cross its territory into Syria. …

White Democrats less likely to support presidential candidates who court Latino voters, experimental research suggests

When Democratic presidential candidates appeal to Latino voters, white Democrats become less supportive and, in certain circumstances, respond by giving more support to Republican candidates, a …

McMullen joins Syska Hennessy

Donn McMullen, A.B. ’83 (engineering sciences - bioengineering), has joined the Syska Hennessy Group as technical manager and senior associate.

The Rotation of Venus

Venus is covered in a thick layer of clouds, one reason that it appears so bright in the sky. …

The Two Big Reasons That Digital Transformations Fail

Results from a study of 1,350 companies.

Adopting AI in Health Care Will Be Slow and Difficult

A few key obstacles and how to overcome them.

Reforming the Criminal Justice System

Atlanta preacher takes aim at nation’s prisonsIn a discussion at Harvard’s Memorial Church, Atlanta preacher Raphael G. …