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Kenji Yoshino ’91, president of the Board of Overseers
Courtesy of NYU Law

Moves to online voting—but raises threshold to petition for a place on the ballot.

9.1.16

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Students join workers in a rally outside Massachusetts Hall Courtesy of UNITE HERE Local 26 

Wages, health benefits, and year-round work are at issue. 

9.30.16 | News

N.P. Narvekar

Courtesy of Harvard University

Columbias endowment head takes the reins as Harvard struggles to improve lagging investment performance.

9.30.16 | News

A new presidential task force attempts to square the demands of students with the University’s daily life.

9.29.16 | News

Professor Ebru Erbay, who initially co-discovered palmiteolate while training at the Harvard School of Public Health

Photograph courtesy of Ebru Erbay Lab

A beneficial fat rare in Western diets appears to fight cardiovascular disease.

9.28.16 | Research
Pursued in vain by Brown's Will Twyman, Harvard quarterback Joe Viviano scampered for his second touchdown.

Pursued in vain by Brown's Will Twyman, Harvard quarterback Joe Viviano scampered for his second touchdown. The score gave the Crimson a 25-10 cushion at the half.
Photograph by Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard toughs out “a typical Brown game.”

9.23.16 | Sports
Harvard's Endowment declines 1.9 Billion

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A negative investment return and annual spending reduce the endowment’s value 5.1 percent.

9.22.16 | News

The National Book Foundation rolled out its list of 40 nominees (including 8 Harvard affiliates) from September 12 to 15. Last week, the National Humanities Medal also announced the honorands for its 2015 award year.

Last week, three Harvard affiliates were awarded the National Humanities Medal and eight were long-listed for the National Book Awards.

9.20.16 | News

Latest News

Students join workers in a rally outside Massachusetts Hall Courtesy of UNITE HERE Local 26 

Wages, health benefits, and year-round work are at issue. 

9.30.16 | News

N.P. Narvekar

Courtesy of Harvard University

Columbias endowment head takes the reins as Harvard struggles to improve lagging investment performance.

9.30.16 | News

A new presidential task force attempts to square the demands of students with the University’s daily life.

9.29.16 | News

Professor Ebru Erbay, who initially co-discovered palmiteolate while training at the Harvard School of Public Health

Photograph courtesy of Ebru Erbay Lab

A beneficial fat rare in Western diets appears to fight cardiovascular disease.

9.28.16 | Research
Pursued in vain by Brown's Will Twyman, Harvard quarterback Joe Viviano scampered for his second touchdown.

Pursued in vain by Brown's Will Twyman, Harvard quarterback Joe Viviano scampered for his second touchdown. The score gave the Crimson a 25-10 cushion at the half.
Photograph by Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard toughs out “a typical Brown game.”

9.23.16 | Sports
Harvard's Endowment declines 1.9 Billion

.

A negative investment return and annual spending reduce the endowment’s value 5.1 percent.

9.22.16 | News

The National Book Foundation rolled out its list of 40 nominees (including 8 Harvard affiliates) from September 12 to 15. Last week, the National Humanities Medal also announced the honorands for its 2015 award year.

Last week, three Harvard affiliates were awarded the National Humanities Medal and eight were long-listed for the National Book Awards.

9.20.16 | News

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Composer Nicholas Britell has written scores for films including MoonlightA Tale of Love and Darkness, and The Seventh Fire. He is also a pianist and producer (most recently of Whiplash, by Damien Chazelle ’07).

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