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Harvard unveiled plans to build an $12.5-million ArtLab in Allston. The 9,000-square-foot building will have a projected lifespan of 10 to 15 years.

Rendering by Barkow Leibinger Architekten

Harvard presented design details for the new Allston project at a city meeting this week.

11.17.17

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Sorry, dude: Senior linebacker Chase Guillory (45), junior linebacker Charlie Walker (41), and junior defensive lineman John Pirrmann (86) swallowed up Yale's star freshman Zane Dudek, who was held to 64 yards.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

You can’t win if you can’t score.

11.19.17 | Sports

Harvard unveiled plans to build an $12.5-million ArtLab in Allston. The 9,000-square-foot building will have a projected lifespan of 10 to 15 years.

Rendering by Barkow Leibinger Architekten

Harvard presented design details for the new Allston project at a city meeting this week.

11.17.17 | News

William F. Lee, senior fellow of the Harvard Corporation

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The senior fellow weighs in, during the presidential search.

11.16.17 | News

Five other Harvardians were also honored by the National Book Foundation.

11.16.17 | News

Clockwise from top left: George L. Fox, Alexander D. Goode, John P. Washington, and Clark V. Poling

Courtesy of the U.S. Army

A Veterans Day commemoration recalls service and sacrifice.

11.13.17 | News

Priscilla Chan visiting the Franklin Hill community November 12

Courtesy of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

A grant for Phillips Brooks House

11.13.17 | News

Catch as catch can: Justice Shelton-Mosley made the most of limited space to snag this pass for a 45-yard gain. The junior wideout had a team-high four receptions.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

A drubbing by Penn knocks the Crimson out of the title race.

11.11.17 | Sports

Latest News

Sorry, dude: Senior linebacker Chase Guillory (45), junior linebacker Charlie Walker (41), and junior defensive lineman John Pirrmann (86) swallowed up Yale's star freshman Zane Dudek, who was held to 64 yards.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

You can’t win if you can’t score.

11.19.17 | Sports

Harvard unveiled plans to build an $12.5-million ArtLab in Allston. The 9,000-square-foot building will have a projected lifespan of 10 to 15 years.

Rendering by Barkow Leibinger Architekten

Harvard presented design details for the new Allston project at a city meeting this week.

11.17.17 | News

William F. Lee, senior fellow of the Harvard Corporation

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The senior fellow weighs in, during the presidential search.

11.16.17 | News

Five other Harvardians were also honored by the National Book Foundation.

11.16.17 | News

Clockwise from top left: George L. Fox, Alexander D. Goode, John P. Washington, and Clark V. Poling

Courtesy of the U.S. Army

A Veterans Day commemoration recalls service and sacrifice.

11.13.17 | News

Priscilla Chan visiting the Franklin Hill community November 12

Courtesy of the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

A grant for Phillips Brooks House

11.13.17 | News

Catch as catch can: Justice Shelton-Mosley made the most of limited space to snag this pass for a 45-yard gain. The junior wideout had a team-high four receptions.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

A drubbing by Penn knocks the Crimson out of the title race.

11.11.17 | Sports

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