Video: Telling Stories in Harvard Square
Odds M. Bodkin is one of Harvard Square's most interesting storytellers. His art has taken him to the White House and Lincoln Center — and it has led him to form a special relationship with Grendel’s Den, the Square staple that has served as a venue for many of his performances.
The Kraft family dedicated the largest endowed fellowship fund to Harvard Business School in its history.
Many students attempted to transfer between houses this year, with the rate of acceptance decreasing from the previous year.
Mira Nair Archives
The Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America is housed at Harvard's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.
The special collections held in Harvard's libraries reopened to researchers not affiliated with the University at the end of February.
Joyce E. Chaplin
Joyce E. Chaplin, Professor of Early American History, says the separation of the sciences and humanities primarily dates back to the 19th century.
Salon for the Sciences and Humanities
From left to right: Chinmay M. Deshpande '24, Julie Heng '24, and Henry N. Haimo '24, founders of the Harvard Undergraduate Salon for the Sciences and Humanities.
Wigglesworth Hall was one of three freshman dorms burglarized in the span of nine days.
Outside of Winthrop House, the frozen-over Charles River is a picturesque scene for those walking along its banks.
On Friday, Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard and the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign met in Boylston Hall for a joint action to appeal for ending University fossil fuel and prison investments.
Ayanna Pressley Custodians Rally
U.S. Rep. Ayanna S. Pressley (D-Mass.) speaks at a rally in Harvard Yard on Tuesday as University custodians seek increased wages in their next union contract.
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