The Handel and Haydn Society took the audience on a spiritual journey right at the start of the holiday season.
12 Harvard Affiliates Named Schwarzman Scholars, Marking the University’s Highest Number of Awardees Ever
Twelve Harvard students and alumni were selected as Schwarzman scholars on Wednesday, representing Harvard’s largest cohort since the scholarship’s founding in 2015.
Polish Politician Radosław Sikorski, Academics Discuss Polarization at Center for European Studies Event
Polish politician Radosław Sikorski, a member of the European Parliament, discussed polarization in Polish politics at a symposium hosted by Harvard’s Center for European Studies on Wednesday.
“Time’s Echo Live” was a two-day festival, celebrating the connection of music and prose to the past through four composers: Arnold Schoenberg, Richard Strauss, Benjamin Britten, and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Boston Lyric Opera’s production of “La Cenerentola” gives the audience a fresh take on Rossellini’s bel Canto opera. Along with the exceptional orchestra, the actors engage the audience in laughter and bring them into the wonder of Cinderella and kindness.
In her newest memoir “To Free the Captives: A Plea for the American Soul,” Tracy K. Smith ’94 delves into the past through the lens of her family history with lyrical and moving language.
Former Biden State Department Official Karen Donfried Reflects on US-German Relations at Harvard CES Lecture
Karen Donfried, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, delivered the fourth annual Guido Goldman Lecture on Germany at the Center for European Studies Thursday evening.
Dozens of students, affiliates, and alumni gathered on campus to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies this weekend.
Author Alma Guillermoprieto Talks Language and Cultural Identity at Harvard Writers Speak Conversation
Authors Alma Guillermoprieto and Valeria Luiselli discussed cultural identity, language, and portrayals of violence in literature and journalism at a Thursday speaker event hosted by the Harvard Mahindra Humanities Center.
Through his profound interpretation of Shostakovich’s compositions and unwavering faith in music as a conduit for communication, Ma truly moved the audience, bestowing compassion, understanding, and humanity upon a world in need.
Shelter Music Boston empowered musicians to console, lift up, and transform lives through the beauty of classical chamber music, touching the souls of everyone present.
"Circé" uses the power of opera to enchant audiences in the contemporary era, bringing imagination to life.
As Harvard Warns of Disciplinary Action, Pro-Palestine Groups Apologize for Antisemitic Image
Amid Backlash to Antisemitic Post, Harvard Professor Resigns From Pro-Palestine Groups
Harvard President Garber, Corporation Condemn Antisemitic Image Posted by Pro-Palestine Groups
New York Times, Get out of My School
Harvard President Garber to Visit London as University Looks to Contain Donor Backlash