Beauty in the eye of the microscope

Science photos capture world in different light

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For answers on coral conservation, she followed the fish

Researcher’s St. Croix project explores impact of restoration efforts

Houghton’s treasures charm students and illuminate research

Scholars share how the library’s rare holdings have inspired them

Ground-breaking lens opens new possibilities

Single metalens focuses all colors of the rainbow in one point


Monday, January 22, 2018, 7:00pm - 8:00pm


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Harvard students help in food recovery and donation program

Since 2014 Harvard University has been teaming up with local non-profit, Food for Free on a food recovery and donation program that works to curb food insecurity in Cambridge and Boston.

Harvard students come face to face with refugees

A large shipping container was on campus to serve as a “portal” equipped with immersive audio-visual technology that allows people to have live, person-to-person conversations with individuals in displaced communities in Iraq, Jordan, and Germany (refugees from Syria) who are in an identical shipping container across the globe.

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A look at the year ahead in Boston entertainment

It’s possible to start making concert and theater plans now, when most of the best seats are still available. …

Science photos capture world in different light

Through these images from Harvard researchers, the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Harvard labs help Cambridge high school students decode biotech

Harvard gives local high school students hands-on experience with biotechnology.

Hasty Pudding names Paul Rudd its 2018 Man of the Year

Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard University has named actor Paul Rudd its Man of the Year.

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Norton Lectures: Frederick Wiseman The Search for Story, Structure, and Meaning in Documentary Film: Part I

The Charles Eliot Norton Professorship in Poetry was endowed in 1925. …

Harvard Women’s Basketball vs. Brown

It’s Community Day! FREE tickets for all Allston, Brighton & Cambridge Residents receive free tickets. Use promo code COMMUNITY2017 at checkout. …

US Foreign Policy from the Inside Out

Former United Nations representative and member of President Obama’s cabinet Samantha Power will offer a comprehensive overview of US foreign policy. …

Plaza WinterFest

Running January through March, Plaza WinterFest is a great way to enjoy the cold winter months in Cambridge! Join us from 12-8pm daily for seasonal games including curling, ice bowling, and ice …

Exhibition: Material Systems: Digital Design and Fabrication

This exhibition will feature ceramics in experimental architectural applications made by students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design during the Fall 2017 course, Material Systems: Digital …

Women's Tennis Tops Howard In Historic Match

Expanding its non-conference schedule beyond regional opponents, the Harvard women’s tennis team opened the 2018 spring season with a historic 7-0 win over Howard University on Friday afternoon.

Women's Tennis Falls Short In College Park

Before returning to Cambridge, Mass., the Harvard women’s tennis team closed out a three-day road trip in the nation’s capital dropping a tough match against Maryland, 5-2, on Sunday morning.

No. 1 Women’s Squash Too Much for No. 4 Stanford

The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team defeated its highest-ranked opponent of the 2018 campaign thus far on Sunday afternoon in the Murr Center. The Crimson (6-0, 3-0 Ivy League) topped No. …