Speaking up, reaching out

Ethiopian scholar at risk uses his blog to push for justice at home

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Harvard through Drew Faust's eyes

Outgoing president reflects on her favorite spaces on campus

Big data targets drug resistance

Harvard symposium examines bioinformatics’ great potential in ensuring antibiotics’ effectiveness

Eye-popping arachnids

A study explores the extraordinary color traits in Madagascar spiders


Thursday, June 21, 2018, 5:00pm - 9:00pm


Summer Solstice Celebration 2018

Tuesdays, noon – 6 p.m.

Farmers' Market at Harvard

Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Exhibition Tour of "Passports: Lives in Transit"

Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 7:00pm

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Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust Address | Harvard Commencement 2018

For one last time as Harvard's president, Drew Gilpin Faust addresses graduates at Harvard's 367th Commencement on May 24, 2018.

Letter from a father to his daughter, a Harvard graduate

Follow Lauren Nicholson as she graduates with Harvard’s Class of 2018 as her father, Ian, reflects on Lauren's life and reads words of wisdom to his beloved daughter and new Harvard graduate.

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Sirleaf shares lessons from Liberia in Harvard forum

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf shared her experiences as president of Liberia in a session of the Harvard Ministerial Leadership Program.

Drew Faust’s favorite spaces at Harvard

The outgoing president reflects on her personal connections to campus in 360-degree video vignettes.

Documents released in admissions lawsuit

Harvard, plaintiff explain their stances in case likely to go to trial in October.

Ensuring antibiotic effectiveness with big data

Harvard Medical School symposium examines the role of big data in fighting drug-resistant microbes.

News from Around Harvard

Separating children and parents at the border causes lifelong damage

Separating children and parents at the border can permanently affect a child's brain development and even risk his or her future health thanks to the "toxic" stress caused by the experience and the …

Back in September with Season Two!

We’re delighted to be making more episodes for you. And we’re asking you to help shape this next season to fit what you’re dealing with and needing guidance on. …

Harvard Square's Hidden Gem: Orinoco

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What’s Holding Women in Medicine Back from Leadership

And what hospitals and medical schools can do to help.

It’s Not Always Clear What Constitutes Sexual Harassment. Use This Tool to Navigate the Gray Areas.

Based on interviews and interactions with hundreds of women.

Why Is Crying at Work Such a Big Deal?

Making a normal emotional reaction a normal part of the workplace.

Tools to Thrive

1500x750-kairos_final.jpg Long before recent graduates Sade Abraham, Ed.M.’18, and Diana Saintil, Ed.M. …

What the IG Report on the Clinton Email Investigation Means for Journalists

We helped change the course of history. We likely made the difference in a close presidential election. We helped Russia undermine our democracy. …