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It was an unusual year at Harvard, marked by three University closures, two major scandals, and an act of terrorism just miles away. Comment?
It was not until I left China for Cambridge that I realized how much political and economic issues dominate Western representations of China. Comment?
Instead, they are faced with a new set of obstacles, such as finding funding and developing management skills. Comment?
It's been a big year for the Crimson. Men's basketball won its first ever NCAA tournament game and a Harvard alum won a Super Bowl. Comment?
As the Harvard women's rugby team transitions to varsity status next year, the Crimson will have an experienced leader at the helm of the emerging program. Comment?
Students run in Primal Scream, a tradition in which participants undress and run around Harvard Yard on the last day of reading period. Comment?
University President Drew G. Faust signed the "Cambridge Community Compact for a Sustainable Future" on Monday in an official gesture of Harvard's commitment to working with other public and private institutions to address the threat of climate change in Cambridge. Comment?
Eighty-two percent of students accepted into Harvard's class of 2017 have decided to attend Harvard-the highest yield in 44 years. Comment?
There is much Harvard is good for: awkward conversations at the dentist, amping up your street cred with the Cambridge townies, procuring a wider showing at National Alcohol Screening Day than any varsity sporting event-the list goes on. Comment?
Timothy Williamson was named Harvard's permanent Director of Athletic Communications on Thursday after serving in the role on an interim basis for three months. Comment?
By the relationships which [the Architect] creates he wakes profound echoes in us, he gives us the measure of an order which we feel to be in accordance with that of our worlda . Comment?
As a student in Adams House, Becky A. Cooper '10 hand-printed blank maps of Manhattan at Bow and Arrow Press. Comment?
When protestors at Dartmouth loudly disrupted an event for admitted students almost two weeks ago, they probably believed that they could draw attention to and begin to resolve recent incidents of homophobia , sexual assault , and racism on Dartmouth's campus. Comment?
Six years after embarking on a year-long roadtrip across America, Shane M. and Amy E. Bugbee set out on another-this time, to Harvard. Comment?
As the field of humanities seeks to assert its educational value and revive dwindling student interest, faculty and administrators from several universities gathered at the Knafel Gymnasium, formerly known as the Radcliffe Gymnasium, Tuesday afternoon to discuss the future of the humanities at Harvard and beyond. Comment?
Two freshmen led the Harvard men's golf team as the squad closed out its season at the Ivy League Championship this weekend at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Maryland. Comment?
AgrA cola Brinzal is a Chilean logging company currently facing lawsuits for felling 189 acres of native forest and then reforesting with foreign tree species. Comment?
Three Harvard University Police Department officers were among those honored for their heroic efforts by the Boston Celtics Friday night at the TD Garden as part of the Celtics' "Heroes Among Us" community outreach program. Comment?
This weekend, several artists will challenge the expectation that art belongs in galleries by presenting their outdoor work, created with funding from the Office for the Arts, all over the Yard. Comment?
Felipe Calderon , the 56th President of Mexico and the Inaugural Angelopoulos Global Public Leaders Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, speaks at the JFK Forum with David T. Ellwood , the Dean of Harvard Kennedy School. Comment?