‘I was confused and inspired. I wanted to do everything.’

Toshiko Mori's work pushes beyond tradition, pulling from disciplines outside of architecture, including art, poetry, and fashion

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From heart-sick and road-weary to Harvard

After James Venable graduates from the Harvard Extension School, he will head to Yale Divinity School for a master’s in divinity

82% of those admitted will join Class of ’22

The yield of those attending Harvard College next year is among the highest in nearly half a century

CRISPR’s breakthrough implications

Jennifer Doudna delivers Prather Lectures, explaining her gene-editing technology



Harvard names Lawrence S. Bacow as 29th president

Lawrence S. Bacow, one of the most experienced and respected leaders in American higher education, will become the 29th president of Harvard University on July 1, 2018.

First generation graduate hopes to impact and better lives in marginalized communities

Raised by immigrant parents, Yesenia Ortiz was their second child to attend Harvard, and is using the opportunity to help others overcome the obstacles her parents faced.

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Star Family Challenge funds five high-risk, high-reward projects

The annual awards created through a gift from James A. …

2 named to lead Harvard Board of Overseers

Susan L. Carney, a federal appeals court judge, has been elected president of Harvard University’s Board of Overseers. Gwill E. …

HAA honors 3 alumni with Harvard Medal for service to the University

At the annual meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association on Commencement Day, President Drew Faust will present the 2018 Harvard Medal to Robert Coles ’50, Robert N. Shapiro ’72, J.D. …

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Women’s Rugby Falls in Bowl Final at USA Rugby 7s Championship

The Harvard women’s rugby team defeated Ivy League rival Dartmouth, 26-24, in the Bowl Semifinal before falling to Central Washington, 34-12, in the Bowl Final of the 2018 USA Rugby 7s Championship …

Softball Eliminated from NCAA Tournament Following Loss to California

A season in which Harvard softball captured its seventh Ivy League tile and first since 2012, the Crimson’s 23-18 season came to close following a 10-1 loss to California (35-20) in the NCAA …

Women’s Rugby Wraps Up Day One at USA Rugby 7s Championships

Competing at the USA Rugby 7s College National Championships for the first time in program history, Harvard women’s rugby wrapped up day one of the event after contests against Life, Army and …

Can Arabs and Iran act and not just talk nice?

Mar 26, 2018Iranian foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif’s proposal for moving towards new security arrangements in the Middle East is an important gesture that should be read in two contrasting …

Four reasons we should be skeptical about the U.S.-led attacks on Syria

Apr 16, 2018BEIRUT — The tripartite Anglo-American-French missile strikes against targets in Syria that aimed to punish the Syrian government and deter it from using chemical weapons should briefly …

What Lebanon’s elections can teach us about the importance of religion

May 5, 2018On Sunday, Lebanese citizens will vote in national elections for the first time since 2009. …

Tom Wheeler: The former head of the FCC shares his thoughts on net neutrality

Tom Wheeler discusses the U.S. Senate vote to preserve net neutrality. …

From Eco-Threat to Green Leader: Narratives of China's Environment

Wed, 05/30/2018 - 3:00pmS153, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge St. …