Harvard students gathered in Harvard Yard on Wednesday evening to light eight candles for the final night of Hanukkah. President Drew G. Faust helped light the menorah after offering some words to the crowd.
The playing of vuvuzelas—those slender plastic horns that generated a buzz at the World Cup this summer—will not be allowed at the 127th football game between Harvard and Yale.
Like some prophet of Holy Writ, Seth A. Riddley ’12 woke from his sleep early a few nights ago with ...
With all of the current hoopla surrounding the creation of Facebook and what extraordinary discoveries were made in a Kirkland ...
In “Cracks,” a dark little tale directed by Jordan Scott (daughter of director Ridley Scott) and set in a girls’ boarding school in the English countryside, all is outwardly beautiful.
Fresh off her win for Best Classical Vocal Performance at this year’s Grammy awards, Renée Fleming arrives today at Harvard to coach four undergraduates chosen by the Office for the Arts in a master class open to the public.
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