In Photos: Hasty Pudding Honor Actors Annette Bening and Barry Keoghan

Entering their 175th season, the Hasty Pudding Theatrical Company celebrated Barry Keoghan and Annette Bening as their Man and Woman of the Year.

Pro-Palestine Groups Rally, Demand Harvard Divest Ties to Israel

More than 150 Harvard students and affiliates gathered in the Science Center Plaza Thursday afternoon to demand the University “disclose and divest its ties to the Israeli occupation.”

‘That’s Fine’: Students Unsure of FAS Proposal Weighing Changes to Registration, Pass-Fail Deadline

Undergraduate students gave mixed reactions — ranging from support to frustration — to a Faculty of Arts and Sciences proposal that would make changes to course enrollment and grading timelines at the beginning of each semester.





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Fifteen Questions: Sarah S. Richardson on Gender Equity in Science, Interdisciplinary Research, and Purring as a Superpower

The historian of science sat down with Fifteen Minutes to talk about gender, science, and her ideal superpower. "Science is done by humans in context in cultural spaces, and is inflected by those contexts," she says.

Fifteen Questions: Jeannie Suk Gersen on Free Speech, Fast Fashion, and Getting Over Yourself

The Harvard Law School professor and New Yorker writer Jeannie Suk Gersen sat down with Fifteen Minutes to discuss her exploration of various aspects of the law. "For me, I can’t imagine in my career not having that sense of spontaneity and unpredictability about what it is I’m going to get super interested in next," she says.




Harvard Wrestling Celebrates Senior Class but Falls to Princeton and Penn

Energy was high in Malkin Athletic Center this past weekend, as Harvard wrestling (3-5) contested its final two home duals of the season, dropping both against Princeton and Penn. The squad did earn a few hardfought wins and gave a heartfelt sendoff to its seven seniors in front of a supportive audience of students, friends, and family.


Antonia A. Hylton ’15 Visits Harvard Square for Her Inaugural Book Tour

On Thursday, Feb. 1, Antonia A. Hylton ’15 discussed her debut book “Madness: Race and Insanity in a Jim Crow Asylum” at the Cambridge Public Library.

Ya-Wen Lei Discusses China’s Techno-Developmental State and Consequences for the Working Class

Lei’s latest novel delves into China’s burgeoning techno-developmental regime and the grim consequences it holds for the strained working class.

Harvard Authors Spotlight: Schuyler Bailar On Allyship to the Transgender Community

Schuyler Bailar, an internationally recognized author, educator, and advocate for inclusion and diversity, shared his new book, "He/She/They."

The Top Five Most Beautiful Buildings at Harvard

Spanning the past and the present, Harvard’s positive contributions to architecture can’t be missed.


Harvard Wrestling Celebrates Senior Class but Falls to Princeton and Penn

Energy was high in Malkin Athletic Center this past weekend, as Harvard wrestling (3-5) contested its final two home duals of the season, dropping both against Princeton and Penn. The squad did earn a few hardfought wins and gave a heartfelt sendoff to its seven seniors in front of a supportive audience of students, friends, and family.

Harvard Football Represented on Both Super Bowl Teams for First Time Ever

History will be made on Sunday, when the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers square off in Las Vegas, as two Harvard football alums will meet in the Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history.

Harvard Men’s Hockey Loses Beanpot Semifinal 3-2 in Overtime Heartbreaker

Harvard men’s hockey (4-13-3, 4-8-3 ECAC) lost the 2024 Beanpot semifinal to the Northeastern Huskies (11-12-2, 6-11-0 HE) 3-2 in an overtime heartbreaker, after the Huskies netted the game-winning goal just 33 seconds into overtime.

Men’s Swim and Dive Sweeps HYP Meet, Women’s Team Splits its Two Contests

The annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet saw Harvard men’s (6-2, 6-1 Ivy) and women’s (5-2, 5-2 Ivy) swimming and diving teams make waves at Princeton’s DeNunzio Pool, with the former going undefeated on the weekend and the latter going 1-1.


Antonia A. Hylton ’15 Visits Harvard Square for Her Inaugural Book Tour

On Thursday, Feb. 1, Antonia A. Hylton ’15 discussed her debut book “Madness: Race and Insanity in a Jim Crow Asylum” at the Cambridge Public Library.

Ya-Wen Lei Discusses China’s Techno-Developmental State and Consequences for the Working Class

Lei’s latest novel delves into China’s burgeoning techno-developmental regime and the grim consequences it holds for the strained working class.

Harvard Authors Spotlight: Schuyler Bailar On Allyship to the Transgender Community

Schuyler Bailar, an internationally recognized author, educator, and advocate for inclusion and diversity, shared his new book, "He/She/They."

The Top Five Most Beautiful Buildings at Harvard

Spanning the past and the present, Harvard’s positive contributions to architecture can’t be missed.



Harvard Wrestling Celebrates Senior Class but Falls to Princeton and Penn

Energy was high in Malkin Athletic Center this past weekend, as Harvard wrestling (3-5) contested its final two home duals of the season, dropping both against Princeton and Penn. The squad did earn a few hardfought wins and gave a heartfelt sendoff to its seven seniors in front of a supportive audience of students, friends, and family.

Harvard Football Represented on Both Super Bowl Teams for First Time Ever

History will be made on Sunday, when the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers square off in Las Vegas, as two Harvard football alums will meet in the Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history.

Harvard Men’s Hockey Loses Beanpot Semifinal 3-2 in Overtime Heartbreaker

Harvard men’s hockey (4-13-3, 4-8-3 ECAC) lost the 2024 Beanpot semifinal to the Northeastern Huskies (11-12-2, 6-11-0 HE) 3-2 in an overtime heartbreaker, after the Huskies netted the game-winning goal just 33 seconds into overtime.

Men’s Swim and Dive Sweeps HYP Meet, Women’s Team Splits its Two Contests

The annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet saw Harvard men’s (6-2, 6-1 Ivy) and women’s (5-2, 5-2 Ivy) swimming and diving teams make waves at Princeton’s DeNunzio Pool, with the former going undefeated on the weekend and the latter going 1-1.