Harvard Square Shelters Fight to Serve in Winter
In the wintertime, Y2Y and HSHS must navigate extreme weather conditions with a skeleton staff—watching the demand for overnight beds rise while the volunteer pool shrinks.
At a university derided by some as a "Kremlin on the Charles," President Donald Trump's election is casting some classes and curricula in a new light.
IOP Increases Stipends for Director’s Internships
Recipients of the 2018 Institute of Politics Director’s Internship Program will receive a $5,000 stipend for their summer internships, a $1,000 boost from past years.
Sumbul Siddiqui, a Pakistani immigrant and a Cantabrigian since the age of two, is running for her first term on City Council.
Journalists Debate Power of News Media
While Abramson said she remains a staunch believer in the power of news, Adams said that the public’s thirst for sensational material prevents it from actually improving society.
Harvard Quietly Recognizes Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Calendar
Still, some Native American students say they want the University to formally renounce Columbus Day, arguing that the Italian explorer should not be celebrated.
Researcher Discusses Gender Integration in Military at Belfer Center
“We found that living and working with women causes men to adopt more egalitarian attitudes,” Dr. Andreas Kotsadam said.
BGLTQ Scholar Discusses Religious Liberty Conflicts
Though same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide, the country continues to see legal conflicts between religious liberty and BGLTQ rights, Corvino argued.
Stop Pretending You’re Poor
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
What We Talk About When We Talk About Math 55
On Harvard FAS Dean Search, Social Sciences Dean Says, ‘Thank Goodness I Don’t Have That Job.’
Harvard to Offer Tagalog Language Course for First Time in University History