Interviewing the world’s movers and shakers

Senior Henna Hundal hosts an interview show at Harvard's WHRB

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Parsing the Mueller report

As the public got its first look at the document, Harvard Law's Alex Whiting discusses

New dean for Graduate School of Design

Sarah Whiting is named dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design

What came before the Big Bang?

A new study examines what the universe looked like before the Big Bang

Flowing together

At Harvard, the Gaga dance course teaches students and community members to listen to their bodies

Events

Saturday, April 20, 2019, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Saturday, April 20, 2019, 8:00am - 7:00pm

THE AIE SHOW - Works of Current HGSE Arts in Education Candidates

Saturday, April 20, 2019, 7:00pm - 8:25pm

The Samurai Vagabonds

Sunday, April 21, 2019, 10:00am - 5:00pm

The Bauhaus and Harvard

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Women make their stage debut in Harvard's Hasty Pudding

Steeped in 171 years of history, 2019 marks the first year women take the stage as part of the Hasty Pudding cast.

A writer’s journey, a poem by a Harvard student

Ruben Reyes Jr. ’19 launched a new Latinx literary magazine that showcases writers from all walks of life who not only have stories to tell, but empowers them as the best ones to tell them.

Latest Harvard Gazette News

GSD students mull how to protect Provincetown while retaining its charm

Architect and GSD Professor Scott Cohen discusses his studio course that considered how architects could help his beloved Provincetown, Mass. …

Gina McCarthy reflects on progress 50 years after Cuyahoga River fire

Environmental protection is not a goal to achieve but a task to be undertaken by one generation and handed to the next, Gina McCarthy, the former EPA administrator and current director of Harvard’s …

Harvard fellow and ex-astronaut Ochoa reflects on Apollo landing

Fifty years ago this summer, Neil Armstrong took his “giant leap for mankind” on the moon. …

Study shows China can be carbon-negative in an economically competitive way

Researchers have analyzed technical and economic viability for China to move toward carbon-negative electric power generation and found that China can do so in an economically competitive way.

News from Around Harvard

Combating Complacency about Nuclear Terrorism

Mar 7, 2019Complacency about the threat of nuclear terrorism—the belief that nuclear and radiological terrorism threats are minimal and existing security measures are sufficient to address …

Securing Nuclear Weapons and Materials Worldwide: Expanded Funding Needed for a More Ambitious Approach

Apr 19, 2019The Trump administration budget request for programs to reduce the dangers of nuclear theft and terrorism is too small to implement the ambitious approach that is needed. …

Cass Sunstein on ‘How Change Happens’

In a recent book talk sponsored by the Harvard Law School Library, Cass Sunstein discussed the different ways that social change happens, from unleashing to nudging to social cascades.

After 20 Years With A Single President, Algeria Looks For A New Leader

Apr 17, 2019After months of mass anti-government protests, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika stepped down in early April after 20 years of rule. …

The U.S. has Lost Moral Authority Under Trump. The Mueller Report Gives Some Back.

Apr 18, 2019President Trump’s conduct in office has been diminishing the moral capital of the United States for more than two years. The report by special counsel Robert S. …

Earth Day and the Green New Deal with Senator Edward J. Markey

Mon, 04/22/2019 - 12:00pmBallroom B and C, 3rd Floor, Campus Center, 100 William T Morrissey Blvd., University of Massachusetts Boston Join the John W. …

The multi-trillion-dollar cost of sexual violence: Research roundup

Estimates put the the economic cost of sexual violence in the United States in the trillions of dollars. …

Could the Fire of Notre Dame Unite a Deeply Divided France?

Professor Werner de Saeger, MTS ’11, is a theologian and legal scholar and teaches at the University of Cambridge and PXL University of Applied Sciences in Belgium. …