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The dean’s annual report provides financial details on House renewal, the faculty census, and a new inequality initiative.

10.3.17 | News
Lizabeth Cohen

Lizabeth Cohen
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

An advocate of common spaces and the arts moves on.

10.3.17 | News

Massachusetts Hall

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Twenty submissions have been selected as semifinalists to replace the final line in Harvard’s alma mater. 

10.3.17 | News

Pouncing Crimson: Defensive tackle Richie Ryan (50) falls on a fumble by Georgetown quarterback Clay Norris. The recovery blunted a first-quarter Hoya drive.
Photograph by Rafael Suanes/Courtesy of Georgtown University Athletics Department

A steamrolling at RFK Stadium

10.1.17 | Sports

John Wang’s installation “100+ Years at 73 Brattle,” winner of Radcliffe’s biennial art competition 

Photograph by Kevin Grady/Radcliffe Institute

John Wang ’16, winner of Radcliffe’s public art competition, reflects on art and historical perspective. 

9.28.17 | Arts

A Harvard conference on diversity and academic inclusion

9.28.17 | News
Portrait of Ashley Fure

Fure focuses during a July workshop for The Force of Things: An Opera for Objects.

Photograph by Marina Levitskaya/ Courtesy of Peak Performances @ Montclair State University

Composer Ashley Fure wants people to listen to noise.

9.27.17 | Music

The task force shares a preliminary report. 

9.25.17 | News

Running back Charlie Booker III (21) proved too hard for Brown’s Connor Coughlin and the rest of the Bruins to handle, blasting for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard cruises in its home opener.

9.24.17 | Sports

A flier for last Friday’s symposium at Radcliffe

A Radcliffe Institute symposium examines the recent policies—and politics—of the U.S. health system.

9.22.17 | News