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Campus Police Talk Racial Profiling, Law

The Harvard University Police Department and campus minority groups hosted an informal dialogue about race relations and law enforcement in

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Dan Aykroyd Hosts Cultural Rhythms

Harvard College students honored, roasted, and performed for Emmy Award-winning comedian Dan Aykroyd, who was named Artist of the Year

Dan Aykroyd, The Harvard Foundation's Artist of the Year

Dan Aykroyd, The Harvard Foundation's Artist of the Year

Civil Rights Heroes Commemorated

Students, professors, and community members paid tribute to civil rights leader and Harvard Law School alum Charles Hamilton Houston at

Interns Encounter Trouble With Visas

Harvard students who hoped to hop across the pond this summer to work may find themselves staying closer to home

BSA Celebrates Student Activism

The Harvard Black Students Association kicked off Black History Month Friday with its fourth annual Crimson & Black Banquet in

CNN’s O’Brien recalls Harvard’s sense of community, offers advice to current students

Soledad M. O’Brien ’88 is the host of the CNN Special Investigations Unit and anchored the July, 2008 CNN special,

Harvard NAACP Revamped

A week before the 100th anniversary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, students from across the

Professor Honored at 80th Birthday Celebration

Kennedy School Professor Samantha Power has travelled the globe interviewing the victims, culprits, and arbitrators of human rights atoricities. Yet,

Students Plan House Renewals in GSD Studio Course

If the College’s $1 billion House renovation project were left to a group of students at the Graduate School of

Report Says Harvard-Affiliated Hospitals Get Higher Insurance Payments, With Similar Patient Outcomes

Harvard-affiliated Mass. General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital receive above average insurance payments in comparison to other area hospitals—without

Nigerian Entrepreneur Encourages Investments in Africa

Nigerian entrepreneur Toks Abimbola addressed the obstacles facing African economic development and investment at an intimate gathering in Winthrop House’s

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Students Gather to Act Against Poverty

Boston-area college students joined over 100 million people from around the world in the “Stand Up & Take Action Against

Students Briefed for Day in Court

mbridge at midnight for a 24-hour trip to Washington D.C. to hear two Supreme Court cases and meet with Justice

Possible Nobel Winners Include Harvard Chemist, Geneticist, and Economist

Three Harvard professors are likely to win a Nobel Prize next week, according to a Thomson Reuters’ annual prediction released