The Harvard baseball team opened its spring season this past Friday in South Carolina, playing four games against the Wofford Terriers and coming back with a pair of wins and losses.
Picking up wins against the University of New Hampshire and UMass, while dropping contests to No. 1 Boston College and Cornell, the Crimson begins their season at an even 2-2.
The Office of International Education, which facilitates term time, summer, and academic year study abroad for Harvard students, moved from its historic building at 77 Dunster St. to 1414 Mass. Ave. last month.
The University has finished an eight-month renovation of Robinson Hall, one of the last buildings in Harvard Yard that was not wheelchair accessible. The construction project added an elevator, modernized offices and classrooms in the building, and relocated the bathrooms.
Harvard’s Philosophy Department held a tribute at Memorial Church followed by an all-day conference on Friday and Saturday.
“In the last few years, the cost of genetic sequencing has decreased by a factor of a million,” David E. Reich '96 said. “This has revealed how little was known about the genetic relationships between people.”
According to Leverett resident Vitor DeFreitas ’19, Farrell and Ferraras have “big shoes to fill.”
Eight Ph.D. candidates presented their dissertation research to the public at the the Harvard Horizons Symposium held Wednesday evening in Sanders Theater.
Starbird, an assistant professor of human centered design and engineering, spent nine months probing Twitter and Reddit to study the prevalence and incentive behind propagating misinformation and its effect on politics and society.
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