A garden filled with history

Student’s prize-winning art installation unveiled at Radcliffe Yard

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Welcome renewal at Winthrop

Renovations preserve character, add modern amenities to student residence

Connecting the dots in data sciences

New Harvard Data Science Initiative hosts talks on analyzing data and on cutting-edge applications

Healthy change in school cafeterias

Nutritious school lunches gain favor with students, Harvard expert says



Harvard Arthrobots

Inspired by arthropod insects and spiders, Harvard researchers have created an entirely new type of semi-soft robots capable of standing and walking using drinking straws and inflatable tubing. 

Harvard Professor takes Alzheimer’s fight personally

Harvard Medical School Professor Reisa Sperling talks about the personal impact of Alzheimer’s disease, which killed both her father and grandfather.

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Freshman shares his first few weeks at Harvard

Malcolm Reid ’21 finds weeks on campus welcoming and busy.

Chance to connect for new Harvard faculty

New Harvard professors connected with colleagues and learned about resources for teaching and research in an event at the Faculty Club.

Fatigue Cost Calculator shows hidden costs of sleepy workforce

The new Fatigue Cost Calculator demonstrates the physical and financial tolls of sleep deficiency in the U.S.

As AI rises, you’ll likely have a job, but it may be different

As artificial intelligence takes hold in more fields, you’ll likely have a job, analysts say, but it may be a different one.

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Facebook Live Conversation: On the Rohingya Crisis and the Long-Term Implications for Myanmar

Yesterday the International Human Rights Clinic livestreamed on Facebook a conversation about the Rohingya crisis and its long-term implications for Myanmar. It was the first

Will North Korea sell its nuclear technology?

Sep 25, 2017Earlier this month CIA Director Mike Pompeo suggested “the North Koreans have a long history of being proliferators and sharing their knowledge, their technology, their capacities …

Conversations in Diplomacy: Peter Wittig

Sep 15, 2017In this installment of “Conversations in Diplomacy," the Future of Diplomacy Project's Executive Director, Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook, is joined by Peter Wittig, Ambassador of the …

HUCE Special Lecture: Selections from "Black Maps" with David Maisel

Thu, 11/02/2017 - 4:00pmHUCE Seminar Room 440, MCZ, 26 Oxford St. …

Gerald Grant, crusader for education reform and NF ’68, dies at 79

Gerald P. Grant, a 1968 Nieman Fellow and an education editor at The Washington Post before pursuing a career in the sociology of education, died in his Syracuse, New York home on September 20. …

Listening with the Ear of the Heart

MDiv candidate Tim Gallati is studying experiences of “silence” in nature and contemplative practice with applications in virtual and augmented realities. …

Notable Narrative: The Cincinnati Enquirer’s stunning “Seven Days of Heroin”

As far as Terry DeMio knows, she’s the only journalist in the country with the title “heroin reporter. …

Giving Harvard a Little More Groove

New professor Braxton Shelley brings deep belief in the power of musicNew Radcliffe Professor Braxton D. Shelley brings deep belief in the power of music. …