Students aiding the environment

Five undergraduate women spent the summer researching climate change, sustainability around world

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Healthy change in school cafeterias

Nutritious school lunches gain favor with students, Harvard expert says

On DACA, questions top answers

The way ahead on the immigration issue remains uncharted, panelists say

Warhol’s Marilyn

Selections from series of 10 prints will be on view at Harvard Art Museums



Harvard Arthrobots

Inspired by arthropod insects and spiders, Harvard researchers have created an entirely new type of semi-soft robots capable of standing and walking using drinking straws and inflatable tubing. 

Harvard Professor takes Alzheimer’s fight personally

Harvard Medical School Professor Reisa Sperling talks about the personal impact of Alzheimer’s disease, which killed both her father and grandfather.

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New Data Science Initiative hosts talks on methodology, application

Harvard’s new Data Science Initiative hosted its inaugural event, the first in a series of planned seminars featuring talks by faculty members focusing on new methods of managing and analyzing data …

Harvard’s Claire Messud on her new novel, “The Burning Girl”

Claire Messud, senior lecturer in the Creative Writing Program, discusses her latest novel about the joy and pain of middle school as a young woman.

Student Late Night welcomes students with food, music, and art

The fourth annual Student Late Night at the Harvard Art Museums welcomed guests with food, drink, and dance — and, of course, art.

Nutritious school lunches have come a long way from PBJ

One of the biggest challenges facing school cafeterias is making healthier food taste better, a task that can be aided by collaborating with professional chefs, a Harvard nutrition expert said.

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Toys ‘R’ Us Might Be Dying, but Physical Retail Isn’t

Stores that adapt to a digital model are doing just fine.

Ryan to Step Down as Ed School Dean

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Harvard EdCast: You Cannot Be What You Cannot See

400x200-girls-who-code.jpg In the 1980s, says Girls Who Code Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani, more than 40 percent of computer science graduates were women, but today …

852 RARE: Open for Research: The Papers of Stanley S. Surrey

“…I doubt that any person alive today has had as close and as varied a relationship with the Internal Revenue Code as I have had. …

Video: Thoreau Bicentennial: Celebrating Henry David’s 200th Birthday at HDS

Laura Dassow Walls, author of Henry David Thoreau: A Life and Richard Higgins, author of Thoreau and the Language of Trees to discuss Thoreau's life and work. …

Chalk-Talk Breakfast

Fri, 09/08/2017 - 8:30am to 9:30pmGeo Museum 375 (formerly Room 310), 3rd floor, 24 Oxford St., Cambridge"Reflections on a Piece of Chalk" by Roberto Kolter, professor, HMS-MBIB. …

The Most Surprising Thing About Trump’s U.N. Speech

Sep 19, 2017When you discount the rhetorical overkill, the most surprising thing about President Trump’s address to the United Nations on Tuesday was how conventional it was. …

Foodbetter Harvard 2017

Thu, 10/12/2017 - 3:30pm to 6:00pmSanders Theater, 45 Quincy St., CambridgeSchedule 3:30-4:30 p.m. …