How Tut became Tut

Scholar discusses the role of photography in raising this legend from the tomb

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Filling gaps in knowledge and care

Hands-on learning at the Harvard Dental Center is a win-win for dental students and their patients

Presidential Public Service Fellowship

The program allows students to pursue summer-long projects serving the public good 

Period Power

Nadya Okamoto’s nonprofit distributes menstrual products to women in need, and her new book offers a strategy for more openness


Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12:30pm - 1:00pm

Gallery Talk: Banqueting with the Etruscans

Thursday, November 15, 2018, 12:15pm - 2:00pm

Inadvertent Expansion in World Politics

Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Post-Midterms: Looking Ahead

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Harvard’s new president Larry Bacow returns to his roots

In one of his first official trips as president, Larry Bacow headed back to his hometown of Pontiac, Michigan, where he revisited childhood memories and met with students, educators, Harvard alumni, state and local leaders, and made the national case for college.

Claudine Gay named Dean of Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Claudine Gay, a government scholar who has studied political behavior, citizenship, and inequality in America, is the new dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

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Composer performs with birds to make his own kind of music

Composer David Rothenberg ’84 will bring the sounds of outdoors inside for a demonstration and discussion that features his unique ability to perform with nature.

At Harvard Law, Sotomayor suggests judges cooperate more

Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor comes to Harvard Law School to talk to students, suggests that judges cooperate more.

Tony Conrad: An artist of the avant-garde and everyday

A whimsical artist’s work is being celebrated in the exhibit “Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective” at Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts and MIT's List Visual Arts Center.

Harvard Chan School panel looks at challenges for rural America

A Harvard Chan School panel reacted to a report that lists the opioid crisis and the economy as top concerns for Americans in rural areas.

News from Around Harvard

Trump, Stung by Midterms and Nervous About Mueller, Retreats From Traditional Presidential Duties

Nov 13, 2018For weeks this fall, an ebullient President Trump traveled relentlessly to hold raise-the-rafters campaign rallies — sometimes three a day — in states where his presence was likely to …

Harvard EdCast: Reaching Rural Students in South Africa

900x450-craig-paxton-axium.jpg It’s difficult to imagine a school to which the majority of its students walk over an hour every day, where 70 students can fill one …

Center for Green Buildings and Cities Fall Lecture

Thu, 11/15/2018 - 12:00pm20 Sumner Road, CambridgeProfessor Dietmar Eberle, architect and former dean of ETH Zurich, will give a talk entitled “200 100 50 20 10. …

The Decline of North Atlantic Right Whales: What’s Going On?

Mon, 11/19/2018 - 12:30pm to 1:45pmCabot 702, The Fletcher School, 160 Packard Ave. …

Why Would "We" Help "Them"? | Hernan del Valle

As part of the 2018–2019 Fellows' Presentation Series at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Hernan del Valle RI '19 tells the story of how a bunch of doctors ended up rescuing refugees in …

What Student Support Looks Like

1500x750_helpinghands.jpg Like any other high school girl, Andraya Yearwood has homework and track practice after school. …

John Holdren: Climate Change, the Arctic, and Current U.S. Policies

Nov 7, 2018John P. Holdren gives a comprehensive interview on how climate change is affecting the Arctic.