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This episode of Harvard Magazine’s podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, explores the chemical constituents of marijuana and the effects of the plant’s components on human health.

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The Lowell House bell tower, viewed from the the ground

The Lowell House bells, on hiatus during construction, are now open for business.
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Harvard running back Aaron Shampklin hops over a Harvard teammate with a football in hand.

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The first episode of Harvard Magazine’s new podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, delves into academic corruption, and why “doing good can make you bad.”

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President Bacow commissions an external review in the wake of the Jorge Domínguez case.

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Sarah Whiting in convesation with K. Michael Hays at the Graduate School of Design

K. Michael Hays, Sarah Whiting, and faux fireplace at the GSD fireside chat

Photograph by John Rosenberg/Harvard Magazine

A fireside chat with the architects, landscape architects, and urban planners

9.18.19 | News
Photograph of Yann LeCun

Yann LeCun
Photograph by Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The physics department confers its Loeb lectureship on an influential non-physicist.

9.18.19 | Science
A black and white portrait of Dr. Staci Gruber

     

This episode of Harvard Magazine’s podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, explores the chemical constituents of marijuana and the effects of the plant’s components on human health.

9.13.19 | Podcast
The Lowell House bell tower, viewed from the the ground

The Lowell House bells, on hiatus during construction, are now open for business.
Photograph by Jim Harrison

Historic Lowell House’s renovations bring a mixture of old and new, painstakingly refurbished and constructed.

9.12.19 | Harvard College
Harvard running back Aaron Shampklin hops over a Harvard teammate with a football in hand.

Just another hurdle: Leaping over guard Eric Wilson (68), Harvard running back Aaron Shampklin sails through a hole last season against Princeton. Shampklin had a breakout season in 2018, leading the Ivy League in rushing with 105.3 yards per game.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Prospects, rules changes, a Rose Bowl centennial, pro players, a return from a shattering injury—and a tragic loss

9.11.19 | Sports
Portrait of Lawrence Lessig with a microphone and his name

   

The first episode of Harvard Magazine’s new podcast, Ask a Harvard Professor, delves into academic corruption, and why “doing good can make you bad.”

9.9.19 | Podcast
The Harvard University shield

   

President Bacow commissions an external review in the wake of the Jorge Domínguez case.

9.9.19 | News

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