New HUDS Initiative Donates Leftover Food to Local Organizations
HUDS initiated the program with Food For Free, an organization started in 1981 dedicated to collecting food that would otherwise be left to waste and distributing it to shelters and pantries.
BioVisions Initiative Highlights Importance of Life Sciences Visualizations
BioVisions, an initiative supported by Harvard and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, works to make digital visualization a more common tool in studying the life sciences.
HUDS Debuts ‘Catch of the Day’ Fish Program
Starting in late January, Red’s Best began selling 760 pounds of fresh fish to HUDS weekly, depending on what local fishermen caught that week, at a pre-determined rather than market price.
Social Studies To Move to William James Hall
The move from the committee's current location in the Radcliffe Quad will officially take place on Jan. 5, 2015, in preparation for the start of the spring semester.
Arab Weekend Explores Opportunities for Region
The weekend featured a range of panels and workshops on topics such as energy, education, arts, and entertainment.
Panel Traces Hong Kong Crisis Through Colonial History
A panel of scholars and former U.S. diplomats argued that the current conflict in Hong Kong has historical roots during a seminar Wednesday afternoon.
Study: Genes Can Help Explain Coffee Consumption
The research indicates that eight genes in the human body may be related to coffee consumption, either directly or indirectly.
Faust Panel Argues for Art Museums' Importance on Campuses
University President Drew G. Faust and several art specialists agreed on the importance of art museums on university campuses at a panel discussion Thursday afternoon.
Professors Discuss Diversity, Relevance of History
Six professors shared the everyday implications of history during the third annual “History is Everything, Everything is History” talk Wednesday afternoon.
For-Profit Degree Holders Disadvantaged in Job Market, Study Shows
Degree holders from for-profit online institutions are 22 percent less likely to receive callbacks when applying for business and health-related jobs, according to a study led by David Deming, an associate professor at the Graduate School of Education.
Ex-Latvian Pres. Weighs Russia's Impact on Baltic
Vaira Vike-Freiberga cited the pressure faced by Ukraine and countries that neighbor Russia as an example of structural problems in international politics.
Coursera Co-Founder Promotes 'Deep Learning' at SEAS
Coursera Co-founder Andrew Y. Ng spoke about “deep learning," a new set of algorithms that he said have the potential to dramatically enhance artificial intelligence technologies.
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
To the Class of 2023: On Self-Censorship
‘First Draft of History’: Kristen Welker ’98 Charts Path from Crimson Reporting to White House
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?
Adams House Installed — Then Removed — an $8,900 Covid-19 Air Disinfection System