David Hemenway advocates a pragmatic, public-health-based solution to gun homicides and suicides.
Debate elicits ideas from an apolitical, science-based call to action, to a lower-carbon-footprint endowment portfolio.
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
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has a formal motion to divest from fossil-fuel production.
From among three finalists, a partner is expected to be chosen by the end of December.
An emerging, expansive view of socially responsive endowment investments
A new center aims to bring cutting-edge medicines “from laboratory to approved therapy.”
Harvard falls to Yale in The Game 2019.
Student protestors for fossil-fuel divestment delay the second half of The Game.
The president announces a $5-million initiative.