Harvard researchers recount working and living at one of the most remote places on Earth: The South Pole

Gratitude at White Coat

At the recent White Coat Ceremony, incoming medical and dental students thanked those who helped them most

The health of the Amazon

A drone-based monitoring system reveals important information on the health of the Amazon

General Education shopping spree

During the first week of classes, students sample and select from a variety of new course offerings

Online Music Lab

A new project aims to discover how the human mind understands music and why music is a virtually ubiquitous feature of human societies

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Sunday, September 15, 2019, 11:30am - 11:55am

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Winslow Homer’s work as Civil War art correspondent focus of ‘Eyewitness’ exhibit at Harvard

“Winslow Homer: Eyewitness,” currently on view at the Harvard Art Museums, traces how the artist’s experience as an observer tasked with accurately documenting the conflict helped shape his …

Harvard president sees University as a force in battle against climate change

Harvard President Larry Bacow examines the University’s multifaceted role in the battle against climate change.

Harvard Kennedy School researchers publish a detailed examination of congressional tech expertise shortfall

Harvard Kennedy School researchers release report urging Congress to close its growing tech-knowledge gap.

Harvard symposium honors William Julius Wilson’s five decades of work toward racial justice

Symposium celebrates career of William Julius Wilson.

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How racism harms children

The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued a policy statement regarding the “socially transmitted disease” of racism. …

Women’s Volleyball Edged by San Diego

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – On day two of the Thunderdome Classic hosted by UC Santa Barbara, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (2-3, 0-0 Ivy) dropped a 3-0 decision to San Diego in today’s …

Women’s Tennis Continues Strong Play at Columbia Invitational

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Harvard women’s tennis carried their strong performance yesterday into day two of the Columbia Invitational, winning seven of nine matches played. …

No. 12 Men’s Water Polo Delivers Upset to No. 9 UC San Diego at Princeton Invite

PRINCETON, N.J. – The No. 12 Harvard men’s water polo team defeated No. 9 UC San Diego 12-11 in its first match at the Princeton Invite. …

Carbon taxes + cap and trade = Tackling climate change like an economist

Carbon taxes and cap-and-trade are the strategies for tackling climate change that have won the hearts of many economists. …

Harvard Art Journal turns 25

The revival edition of Harvard Art Journal gives a voice to writers and shines a light on artists and exhibitions, schools and the importance of art in our lives.  By Harvard Arts Blog Staff. …

Harvard Law School Orientation 2019

As new Harvard Law students settle into life on campus, we feature highlights from the beginning of the academic year.

Experimental #039;blood test#039; accurately screens for PTSD

An artificial intelligence tool - which analyzed 28 physical and molecular measures, all but one from blood samples - confirmed with 77 percent accuracy a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder …