The light of independence

Perkins School for the Blind and Harvard Extension School team up to help college-bound blind students learn academic and life skills

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Put down those cold cuts

Study shows that increasing red meat consumption is linked with a higher risk of premature death

Colonial North America

The new Harvard Library digital collection offers a glimpse into the country's early days

Measles outbreak

Harvard experts discuss what's driving the measles outbreak and likely ways forward

Women’s World Cup

Harvard women’s soccer coach discusses the teams and players to watch 

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AI Has Made Video Surveillance Automated and Terrifying

Jun 13, 2019AI can flag people based on their clothing or behavior, identify people's emotions, and find people who are acting "unusual."

The Future of U.S. Carbon-Pricing Policy

Jun 12, 2019There is widespread agreement among economists — and a diverse set of other policy analysts — that at least in the long run, an economy-wide carbon pricing system will be an essential …

Trump’s Twists on Confronting Iran Confound Allies in Europe

Jun 7, 2019President Trump and his aides have sent a dizzying, seemingly conflicting set of messages to Iran in recent weeks, ordering more troops to the Middle East and a carrier to the Arabian Sea …

The Last Time a ‘Tanker War’ Broke Out in the Persian Gulf, It Lasted for Years

Jun 14, 2019As tensions mounted between the United States and Iran, European nations pressed for a calm response, fearing that any escalation could disrupt trade through the region’s vital Strait …

Dance in Translation

Harvard Magazine writes about HDS alum and choreographer Wendy Jehlen’s "dance diplomacy."

“What are you doing to ensure that you’re controlling the way you want to cover this presidential campaign?”

One of the biggest goals for the U.S. journalism industry in covering the 2020 election is to not repeat its mistakes from the 2016 election. …

Summer Solstice Celebration 2019: Night at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

Fri, 06/21/2019 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm26 Oxford St., CambridgeOn the longest day of the year, explore the world and have fun at the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture's Summer Solstice Celebration. …

“There are more what-ifs than there are stars in the sky.”

Jill Lepore is not a florid writer. No trickery of fancy words. No embellishment to try to wow the reader. …