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David Hemenway advocates a pragmatic, public-health-based solution to gun homicides and suicides.

12.6.19

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The College has admitted 13.9 percent of early-action applicants to the class of 2024, up slightly from 13.4 percent admitted from that pool last year. 

12.12.19 | Harvard College
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Illustration by Gary Neill

David Hemenway advocates a pragmatic, public-health-based solution to gun homicides and suicides.

12.6.19 | Opinion

Debate elicits ideas from an apolitical, science-based call to action, to a lower-carbon-footprint endowment portfolio.

12.4.19 | News
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From left, Adam Serwer, Danielle Allen, and Jeffrey Goldberg.

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An Institute of Politics discussion on the possibility of reconciliation in American public discourse

12.4.19 |

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has a formal motion to divest from fossil-fuel production.

11.27.19 | News

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From among three finalists, a partner is expected to be chosen by the end of December.

11.25.19 | News
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Jayson Toweh and Thea Sebastian, petitioners for the Board of Overseers ballot on the Harvard Forward slate
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An emerging, expansive view of socially responsive endowment investments

11.25.19 | News

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Statue of John Harvard

Statue of John Harvard
Photograph by Ericodeg/Flickr.com

The College has admitted 13.9 percent of early-action applicants to the class of 2024, up slightly from 13.4 percent admitted from that pool last year. 

12.12.19 | Harvard College
An illustration of a handgun with bullets

Illustration by Gary Neill

David Hemenway advocates a pragmatic, public-health-based solution to gun homicides and suicides.

12.6.19 | Opinion

Debate elicits ideas from an apolitical, science-based call to action, to a lower-carbon-footprint endowment portfolio.

12.4.19 | News
The three panelists on stage at the Kennedy School.

From left, Adam Serwer, Danielle Allen, and Jeffrey Goldberg.

Photograph by Lydialyle Gibson/Harvard Magazine

An Institute of Politics discussion on the possibility of reconciliation in American public discourse

12.4.19 |

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has a formal motion to divest from fossil-fuel production.

11.27.19 | News

Click on image to see in full
Source: Harvard Enterprise Research Campus Master Plan
Courtesy Harvard Allston Land Company

 

From among three finalists, a partner is expected to be chosen by the end of December.

11.25.19 | News
Photograph of Harvard Forward candidates Jayson Toweh and Thea Sebastian

Jayson Toweh and Thea Sebastian, petitioners for the Board of Overseers ballot on the Harvard Forward slate
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC

An emerging, expansive view of socially responsive endowment investments

11.25.19 | News

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