Service starts with summer

As part of Harvard’s new Service Starts with Summer Program, incoming first-year Ezra Feder is working at Artists For Humanity

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Stephanie Paulsell, interim minister

Harvard Divinity School Professor Stephanie Paulsell will become the interim Pusey Minister at the Memorial Church

How the moon came to be

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Yaray Ku is studying how the moon was formed

Summer explorers

Local students participating in the Summer Explorations program at the Harvard Ed Portal learned everything from cooking to bike repair this summer

Tweeting live from the forest

Outfitted with sensors and cameras, a century-old red oak in the Harvard Forest is tweeting about environmental life

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Harvard astronomer shows exoplanet has no atmosphere

Led by Laura Kreidberg, a Clay Fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, a new study shows that LHS 3844b, a terrestrial exoplanet orbiting a small sun 48. …

Stephanie Paulsell named interim minister at Harvard’s Memorial Church

Harvard President Larry Bacow announced the appointment of Harvard Divinity School Professor Stephanie Paulsell as interim Pusey Minister at the Memorial Church.

Graduate student lands lunar samples to learn how moon was formed

A fourth-year graduate student in the lab of Professor of Geochemistry Stein Jacobsen, Yaray Ku is working on a project aimed at understanding how the moon formed, and to do it, she’s working with …

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Fuming over Greenland rebuff, Trump cancels upcoming Denmark visit

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Kim Yong-koo, managing editor of the Korea Times and a 1963 Nieman Fellow, dies at 90

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Siyani Chambers to Continue Professional Career in the Netherlands

‘s-HERTOGENBOSCH, Netherlands – After two professional seasons in Europe, former Harvard basketball captain, Siyani Chambers ‘17, has signed with the Heroes Den Boesch Titans of the Dutch …