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

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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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Harvard’s Martha Minow named University Professor

Human rights expert Martha Minow, the Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School and a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, has been named a University Professor, …

Early goals set for Harvard Art Museums’ new curator

When Soyoung Lee takes the reins as the Harvard Art Museums’ chief curator in September, she will be joining the institution at a vibrant time, with some goals already clear.

Mind wandering is fine in some situations, Harvard-based study says

While most of the psychological literature calls mind wandering a detrimental “failure of executive control” or a “dysfunctional cognitive state,” a new study led by Paul Seli, a Banting …

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.

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Minow named University Professor

Renowned human rights expert Martha Minow, the Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School and a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, has been named a University …

5 Things I learned My Freshman Year

Freshman year can be exciting and scary. Reflecting back, my freshman year was exciting, but there was also a brief moment of time when it was scary. …

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. …

Getting People to Help You

Heidi Grant, a social psychologist, explains the right ways and wrong ways to ask colleagues for help. …

Written Senior Perspectives - Olivia Startup, Field Hockey

When I arrived on campus freshman year, I really had no clue what to expect of the next four years to come. …

How Liberals and Conservatives Shop Differently

In a study, liberals preferred messages of uniqueness, while conservatives preferred superiority.

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 …

Harvard Square's Hidden Gem: Orinoco

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