Yaroslav Trofimov, chief foreign affairs correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, said the war in Ukraine will decide “the future of Europe” during an event at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies Thursday afternoon.
This spring, Harvard will open 24/7 study spaces for graduate students for the first time during reading period.
Nobel Prize winners Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman discussed their medical research and approach to anti-science sentiments at an event hosted by the IvyLeague+ Pre-Health Society on Tuesday night.
Harvard IDs belonging to students at any of Harvard’s 12 graduate schools will function as MBTA CharlieCards starting on July 1, according to Brett Monson, president of the Harvard Graduate Council.
The Harvard Graduate Council eliminated half the positions on its executive board last spring, a shift that proponents of the change said helped lead to a more than twofold increase in the number of resolutions passed last semester.
The Harvard Graduate Council approved a resolution at a council meeting Monday night to continue a pilot legal aid program launched last fall.
The student council of Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences raised a proposal to increase the Graduate Student Body Fee — which is among the lowest in the Ivy League — at a Wednesday night meeting.
Rashid Khalidi, a professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University, said the war in Israel and Gaza should be understood as a settler colonial conflict at a Tuesday event hosted by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies.
Researchers gathered for a joint seminar on South Asian politics held by Brown University, MIT, and Harvard University’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs last Friday.
A study conducted by affiliates from Harvard Medical School found a significant relationship between abortion restrictions and the number of children in the foster care system.
David Axelrod, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama, discussed what he described as the “most fateful election” of his lifetime at a Harvard Institute of Politics JFK Jr. Forum held Monday evening.
Manuel Salgado, an architect and former head of urban planning on the Lisbon City Council, discussed “city-making” at a Harvard Graduate School of Design lecture Tuesday evening.
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