Protestors Decry Blair as Criminal

A crowd of roughly fifteen locals gathered to protest the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s appearance last night at ...

Student Life


Four students travel the globe to try out the life of the professional artist

Student Activities Fair
Student Life

Student Activities Fair

Dean Hammonds at the Activities Fair in the Radcliffe Quadrangle yesterday


Six Months Later, Harvard Still Fights for Haiti

Harvard continues to aid the rebuilding of Haiti more than six months after a cataclysmic earthquake hit the country, hoping to counter concerns that relief efforts have fallen off the radar.


Anne Margulies Named Chief Information Officer

Anne H. Margulies, the State of Massachusetts' head information technology officer, will return to Harvard in early September to assume the post of Chief Information Officer, the University announced Monday.


Talk of the Union: Learning From the Past

Crippled by mass layoffs last summer, the Harvard Union of Clerical Technical Workers enters this year’s round of contract negotiations with squared shoulders.

Harvard Provost
Central Administration

A Blank Slate

When asked to define her vision last month, University President Drew G. Faust stopped for a moment.

Commencement 2010

A Fresh Addition

In 1976, William F. Lee ’72 owned two suits—a blue Brooks Brothers and a white, bell-bottomed suit that might as well have been pulled from John Travolta’s wardrobe in Saturday Night Fever.

Harvard Business School

A Brand Name MBA

It’s a typical Wednesday night. Twenty Harvard Business School first-years cross the Charles to one of Harvard Square’s several bars—Redline, Tommy Doyle’s, Daedalus.


Reduce, Reuse, Research?

In July 2008, University President Drew G. Faust declared her intention to bring Harvard to the forefront of a global sustainability push.

School of Public Health

A Temporary Relief

Ask any event planner at the Harvard School of Public Health for a room, and he or she will recommend Kresge 502.


Reimagining Allston

The land set aside for the Allston Science Complex was supposed to become a world-renowned nexus of interdisciplinary science research—but what happened?

Harvard Business School

Light’s Going Out

Harvard Business School Dean Jay O. Light speaks to the newly admitted class of 2012 this spring, casually referencing the talking points he had scribbled on a yellow notepad five years ago.

Harvard Law School

New, Steady Hand at Law School

Harvard Law School’s ice skating rink—feverishly hailed as a symbol of former Law School Dean Elena Kagan’s crusade to improving student life—fell victim last year to budget cuts.

University Hall
Central Administration

University Hall

University Hall, one of Harvard's oldest buildings. Location of many university administrative offices as well as FAS faculty meetings.