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Randolph Hall

‘Tied to the People’: As Renovations Loom, Harvard Affiliates Say House Culture Will Persevere

Despite initial fears, alumni and affiliates who experienced living through past renovation projects expressed optimism surrounding House culture — saying that they were able to preserve their Houses’ long-standing traditions, culture, and spirit.

Manatee Lawsuit Harvard Law School
Student Groups

HLS Animal Law Clinic Announces Intent to Sue Over Manatee Protection

Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic announced their intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the agency’s failure to respond to a previous petition filed for increased protection of West Indian manatees.

Professor Haim Sompolinsky

‘Closure of a Circle’: Harvard Professor Haim Sompolinsky Wins Brain Prize for Neuroscience Research

Harvard professor Haim Sompolinsky was named a 2024 recipient of the Brain Prize — the world’s most prestigious honor for neuroscience research — by the Lundbeck Foundation on March 5.

Phillips Brooks House Association

Harvard College Launches Civic Engagement Certificate Program

Harvard launched a new certificate program on civic engagement focused on training students to be engaged citizens, the University announced March 6.

HKS John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum

‘Falling Apart at the Seams’: Senator Murphy Warns Against Individualism at IOP Forum

U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-C.T.) discussed the dangers of prioritizing individualism ahead of the common good at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum on Monday.