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Student Groups

Treat Your Friends to a Spook-o-Gram

Let's face it: some of us secretly wish we could still go trick-or-treating. Well, members of the Harvard chapter of Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children have created an alternative for us old fogeys, where the candy comes to your door.

Ed School

With $40 Million Gift, Harvard Launches Teaching Initiative

With a $40 million gift from Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser, Harvard said Tuesday that it will launch a new teaching initiative, an effort that officials describe as re-emphasizing a commitment to best teaching practices and innovative learning.

Central Administration

Harvard Rethinks Strategy Abroad

An advisory group has provided a set of recommendations to University administrators that begin to formulate a vision for Harvard’s international presence.

Undergraduate Council

UC To Offer New Loans for Fundraising

The Undergraduate Council agreed on Sunday night to offer new funds to student organizations through two initiatives—a loan program which ...

Harvard Divinity School

Divinity School Receives $2.7 Million for Buddhist Initiative

Harvard Divinity School announced a $2.7 million donation last week to support the founding of The Buddhist Ministry Initiative, a program to foster the training of Buddhist ministers at the Divinity School.

Harvard Kennedy School

HKS Donation Will Double Number of Case Studies

A recent donation of $500,000 will give the Harvard Kennedy School’s Case Program an opportunity to expand its resources.

Central Administration

Harvard's 375th Anniversary To Kick Off with October Celebration

Harvard is ramping up preparations for its 375th anniversary that University leaders say will serve as a momentum builder for the upcoming capital campaign.

Social Sciences Division

Peretz Faces Dual Legacy

Widely criticized for inflammatory comments, Peretz is fiercely defended by colleagues and former students.

Food and Drink

Cannolis For Charity

Most people haven't ran a marathon or raised a significant amount of money while training. Neither are easy tasks, but Dawn A.T. Brimmer '12 wants to prove that she can do both.

Men's Soccer


The Harvard Varsity soccer team played the Haitian National team yesterday at the Harvard stadium in order to raise funds for Haiti. Team co-captain Scott Prozeller '12 drives the ball forward while teammate Kyle Henderson '13 holds off a Haitian player.


Senior Gift Committee Releases Video

The senior gift committee recently released a video featuring University President Drew G. Faust, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid William R. Fitzsimmons '67, and other faculty members in order to remind seniors of the importance of the senior gift program.




Harvard Square Businesses Help Japan

Three weeks after the March 11 earthquake that devastated Japan, Harvard Square businesses will be teaming up for a bake sale to benefit relief efforts this Saturday at Upstairs on the Square.

Food and Drink

B.good To Help Fund Men's Club Basketball

B.good is offering a special deal this week to support the Harvard Classics Men's Club Basketball Team's efforts to raise funds to send 10 of its members to the Men's Club Basketball National Championship.

Student Groups

Eleganza Jewelry Sale Tomorrow

Buying designer jewelry usually means emptying your bank account, but tomorrow, Eleganza will be selling jewelry at drastically reduced prices. The annual Eleganza Jewelry Sale offers the opportunity to purchase designer jewelry from stores such as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Ann Taylor, J. Crew, Anthropologie, as well as other vendors for over 90 percent off.