New class of Rhodes Scholars

Four Harvard undergrads among 32 U.S. winners of full backing for Oxford studies

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Food programs grow as Harvard cooks up new ideas

Students turn dining hall surplus into frozen meals for the hungry

How a curator sees $450M Leonardo

‘Salvator Mundi’ smashes auction record despite worries on authenticity, condition

Students help groups to pursue climate action

Those in Harvard living lab course work to find practical alternatives to carbon use



Camp Kesem at Harvard brings joy amidst the pain

Evette Ronner and Lily Wilkinson founded Harvard’s chapter of Camp Kesem to celebrate kids who have or have had a parent with cancer. In its inaugural summer, the camp served two dozen children in a magical western Massachusetts setting.

Rotten Apples Return to Harvard's Glass Flowers exhibition

The series of diverse and diseased fruits showcase scabbing, rot and mold as part of the updated gallery display at Harvard’s Museum of Natural History.

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Harvard researchers among those receiving more than $150M from NIH BRAIN Initiative

Harvard scientists are among those who will receive more than $150 million in funding over the next five years through the National Institutes of Health’s Brain Research through Advancing …

Native American language preservationist discusses his work on ‘Heard at Harvard’

Divinity School alum and indigenous Maskoke nation citizen Marcus Briggs-Cloud discusses his efforts to maintain his ancestral language and identity in the next installment of the Gazette’s podcast …

Q&A with Harvard’s Maya Jasanoff on new Conrad book

Professor Maya Jasanoff talks about her new book, “The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World.”

Yuchi Language Project seeks to revitalize indigenous identity through common tongue

Since 1996, the Yuchi Language Project has been fighting to preserve the language of the Yuchi people.

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Harvard Women’s Hockey vs. New Hampshire

It’s Youth Day! FREE tickets for kids 12 and under. Enter Promo Code CRIMSONYOUTH to redeem your tickets. Any questions, call the Ticket Office at 617-495-2211. Learn More.  

How the Most Successful Teams Bridge the Strategy-Execution Gap

They spend 54% more time setting direction.

4 Ways to Get Honest, Critical Feedback from Your Employees

360-degree reviews aren’t enough.

Dealing with Difficult People: Coping with an Insulting Offer in Contract Negotiations

The following “Ask the Negotiation Coach” question was posed to Dwight Golann, Suffolk University Law School professor and negotiation expert: Question: I deal with legal disputes and would like …

On “On Pornography”

Here at Harvard we recently concluded Sex Week, an annual week of events focused on issues of sex, sexual health, sexuality, gender, gender identity, relationships, and more. …

Finding Your Home: Why I Chose Harvard

I know I know… It seems like it’s so far away and that you can’t think about it until the college application process is over with and done dragging you. …

Happy Thanksgiving 2017!


NATO and Russia: An Uneasy Relationship

Nov 8, 2017Douglas Lute, former Ambassador to the North Atlantic Council, speaks with Nicholas Burns (who held the Ambassadorship before Ambassador Lute) about the strategic inflection point that …