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Reliving happy memories and anticipating pleasure boosted the moods of people recovering from addiction in a study conducted by researchers at MGH’s Recovery Research Institute who eye such …

‘Othello’ still resonates 400 years later

Professor Stephen Greenblatt sits down with Bill Rauch ’84, director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, to discuss a new production of “Othello” now at the A.R.T.

Harvard workshops explore data and computational science

Two Harvard events on data and computational science showcase the breadth of data experts and help meet the demand for training in the field.

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