Crossing the street may be something that you do without thinking, but in reality it is an under appreciated art form.
Harvard Business School announced Tuesday it had renamed its online education program in an effort to attract more students to its web-based offerings. The initiative, formerly known as HBX, will now be called Harvard Business School Online.
Organized by the 2019 Class Committee and the Harvard Alumni Association, the event featured several speakers and a reception for the 118 midyear graduates, and their families and friends.
Native American Harvard students spoke about feelings of “indigenous invisibility” on campus and potential solutions to the issue at a panel last Monday. Some spoke about the burden of having to prove their heritage.
Sometimes, it's good to be reminded of all you have to be grateful for. We made a list to get you started.
Ahead of Midterm Elections, 90 Percent of Harvard Kennedy School Students Commit to Registering to Vote
The high voter registration comes as the Kennedy School has been pushing a new University-wide initiative, dubbed the Harvard Votes Challenge.
The recruitment program received 261 applications from 147 students, and was able to offer 120 interviews with various public service organizations.
The changes are minor, but long overdue, according to Student Astronomers at Harvard-Radcliffe President Rodrigo E. Cordova ’19.
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