‘Late Night’ at the Art Museum

Students mingle among masterpieces after hours

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New faculty: Shawon Kinew

Art historian Shawon Kinew maintains deep connections to landscapes of her youth

Harvard Campaign concludes

Expands financial aid, supports endowed professorships, secures University’s future

A Beatles mystery

Harvard statistician's new research takes a side in who authored "In My Life"


Friday, September 21, 2018, 9:00am - Saturday, September 22, 2018, 3:00pm

Changing Middle Classes: Comparative and Global Perspectives

Saturday, September 22, 2018, 3:00pm - 4:45pm

Singin’ in the Rain

Saturday, September 22, 2018, 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Lead, Line, and Plummet


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.

Claudine Gay named Dean of Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Claudine Gay, a government scholar who has studied political behavior, citizenship, and inequality in America, is the new dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

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Dance production at Harvard merges science with art to explain mechanisms of cooperation

A multimedia production incorporates dance, music, and spoken word to explore how humans might cooperate with future generations to try to solve problems like climate change. …

Harvard motion supports student testimony at trial

Harvard files court motion supporting student testimony at admissions trial. Students and alumni hope to offer their perspectives on the importance of diversity.

A guide to what’s up in Boston’s fall arts scene

Highlights of what's happening in music, theater, and art in Boston this fall.

Harvard Campaign ends; provides enduring investment

The Harvard Campaign, which concluded on July 1, will help "shape and secure Harvard’s future by investing in both the enduring and emerging ..."

News from Around Harvard

A conversation with Nathaniel Rich on “Losing Earth,” human inertia and storytelling as “a moral act”

  efore anyone could even unfold the tree pulp, The New York Times Magazine wanted readers to know the magnitude of the story it had taken on. …

What do we really know about trade and labor?

On August 31, Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program, in collaboration with the University of Reading, organized a workshop on the “Past and Future of Labor Provisions in the Context of …

7 ways journalists can access academic research for free

A lot of academic research exists behind paywalls. We outline seven ways reporters can get free access to high-quality scholarship. …

Supermassive Black Hole Feedback in Galaxies

The nuclei of most galaxies host supermassive black holes with millions or even billions of solar-masses of material. …

A New Classification Scheme for Exoplanet Sizes

There are about 4433 exoplanets in the latest catalogs. …

A 6-Part Tool for Ranking and Assessing Risks

Leaders can benefit from CARVER, a system created by U.S. intelligence during World War II.