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Graph from CDC– the robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available.

The Center for Disease Control’s robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available. This creates a new risk for immunocompromised individuals, including those undergoing certain treatments for cancer.

Photograph courtesy of CDC.gov

Harvard experts on healthy holiday gatherings—and the risk of a “tripledemic”

11.17.22

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Professor of practice cites misalignment with Harvard's priorities

11.21.22 | News
Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

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(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

A tough finish to a quirky season

11.20.22 | Sports
Graph from CDC– the robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available.

The Center for Disease Control’s robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available. This creates a new risk for immunocompromised individuals, including those undergoing certain treatments for cancer.

Photograph courtesy of CDC.gov

Harvard experts on healthy holiday gatherings—and the risk of a “tripledemic”

11.17.22 | COVID-19
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Vice president for finance to conclude service at end of academic year

11.17.22 | News
The three speakers are seated on stage at Harvard's JFK Forum.

Tuesday evening's panelists: (from left) Natalie Tennant, Abby Phillip, and Brad Raffensperger

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Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger on the future of democracy

11.16.22 | News

HRO alumni and current members play Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture

Photograph courtesy of Randerson Photography

Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra alumni honor their late conductor, James Yannatos.

11.15.22 |
Harvard quarterback Charlie Dean surveying the Penn defense, on his way to one of the best days in Harvard quarterback history.

SPREADING THE WEALTH Enjoying one of the best days for a quarterback in Harvard annals, Charlie Dean (11) surveys the Penn defense. The Crimson senior signal-caller riddled the Quakers, completing 29 of 38 passes for 316 yards and four touchdowns while connecting with nine receivers.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Dean passes the Quakers silly—and Eli’s coming!

11.13.22 | Sports

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esperanza spalding performing at a White House event

Still from a video in the public domain

Professor of practice cites misalignment with Harvard's priorities

11.21.22 | News
Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

(Click on arrow at right to see additional images)

(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

A tough finish to a quirky season

11.20.22 | Sports
Graph from CDC– the robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available.

The Center for Disease Control’s robust system for tracking the spread of COVID-19 variants show the rapid spread of BQ.1 and BQ1.1, both of which are resistant to the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatments currently available. This creates a new risk for immunocompromised individuals, including those undergoing certain treatments for cancer.

Photograph courtesy of CDC.gov

Harvard experts on healthy holiday gatherings—and the risk of a “tripledemic”

11.17.22 | COVID-19
Thomas J. Hollister

Thomas J. Hollister, vice president for finance and CFO
Paige Brown, Courtesy Tufts Medical Center

Vice president for finance to conclude service at end of academic year

11.17.22 | News
The three speakers are seated on stage at Harvard's JFK Forum.

Tuesday evening's panelists: (from left) Natalie Tennant, Abby Phillip, and Brad Raffensperger

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger on the future of democracy

11.16.22 | News

HRO alumni and current members play Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture

Photograph courtesy of Randerson Photography

Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra alumni honor their late conductor, James Yannatos.

11.15.22 |
Harvard quarterback Charlie Dean surveying the Penn defense, on his way to one of the best days in Harvard quarterback history.

SPREADING THE WEALTH Enjoying one of the best days for a quarterback in Harvard annals, Charlie Dean (11) surveys the Penn defense. The Crimson senior signal-caller riddled the Quakers, completing 29 of 38 passes for 316 yards and four touchdowns while connecting with nine receivers.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Dean passes the Quakers silly—and Eli’s coming!

11.13.22 | Sports

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