Studying evolution

Doctoral students are working on projects at the cutting edge of evolutionary inquiry

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Vision and justice

A course taught by Sarah Lewis was the inspiration for the "Vision & Justice" conference, which explores the nexus of art, race, laws, and norms

Protecting Provincetown

Graduate School Of Design students work to protect P-town from climate change while saving its quintessential New England character

Reflecting on the moon landing

Approaching the 50th anniversary of the moonwalk, former astronaut Ellen Ochoa reflects on the Apollo landing

Cuyahoga River cleanup

Former EPA chief Gina McCarthy reflects on the Cuyahoga River cleanup as a symbol for the nation's progress on clean water


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South African Studies and the Question of Decolonisation

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Engaging with India: Engaging with Feminism

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Women make their stage debut in Harvard's Hasty Pudding

Steeped in 171 years of history, 2019 marks the first year women take the stage as part of the Hasty Pudding cast.

A writer’s journey, a poem by a Harvard student

Ruben Reyes Jr. ’19 launched a new Latinx literary magazine that showcases writers from all walks of life who not only have stories to tell, but empowers them as the best ones to tell them.

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Harvard Club of Seattle sponsors field trip to Cambridge for ninth-graders

Eight students from Highline High School in Burien, Wash., recently spent five days in Boston and Cambridge visiting Harvard and MIT as part of the Harvard Club of Seattle Crimson Achievement Program.

Harvard doctoral students describe projects at the cutting edge of evolutionary inquiry

Harvard doctoral students offered a glimpse of the future of evolutionary inquiry, outlining projects that touch on the human pelvis, butterfly hybrids, field and forest mice, and the mystery of an …

Harvard, Princeton scientists make AI breakthrough for fusion energy

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China-U.S. Ties Should Focus on 'Shared Interest'

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Photographing the Russo-Japanese War

The Russo-Japanese War, 1904–5, grew out of a struggle for dominance and influence over Manchuria and Korea. …

HRP Awards 2019 Summer Fellows

HRP is pleased to announce its 2019 summer fellowship cohort: Angel Gabriel Cabrera Silva SJD Candidate, Matthew Farrell JD’21, Ji Yoon Kang JD’20, Julian Morimoto

Activity: It all counts

When it comes to physical activity and fitness, most of us could do more than we are doing, but the good news is that as long as you’re doing something, any amount of activity is beneficial, and …

Ending Harassment at Work Requires an Intersectional Approach

Gender, race, age, and seniority all affect who’s harassed and how.

Ending Harassment at Work Requires an Intersectional Approach

Gender, race, age, and seniority all affect who’s harassed and how.

What Managers Get Wrong About Feedback

Marcus Buckingham, head of people and performance research at the ADP Research Institute, and Ashley Goodall, senior vice president of leadership and team intelligence at Cisco Systems, say that …

Avoiding Disruption Requires Rapid Decision Making

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