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Michael Mina holds up a rapid test during a Zoom call with journalists

Michael Mina holds up a rapid test during a Zoom call with journalists

Harvard Magazine/JSS 

News

Rapid COVID-19 tests, of the kind that Michael Mina has been advocating since last year, are finally approved for home use.

4.8.21

Michael Mina holds up a rapid test during a Zoom call with journalists

Michael Mina holds up a rapid test during a Zoom call with journalists

Harvard Magazine/JSS 

Rapid COVID-19 tests, of the kind that Michael Mina has been advocating since last year, are finally approved for home use.

4.8.21

An open gate with the Harvard Logo over it

Harvard's acceptance rate drops as applications rise. 

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Daderot

Harvard admits a record-low 3.4 percent of applicants 

4.6.21

William "Bill" Kristol

William "Bill" Kristol.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Kennedy School. 

Bill Kristol discusses the future of the Republican Party and the survival of American constitutional democracy. 

4.1.21

A photograph of the entrance to Loeb House, where Harvard’s governing boards meet.

Loeb House, where the governing boards convene 

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/ Caroline Culler

The annual election of Overseers and alumni association directors is under way.

4.1.21

Close-up image of an "ice lantern" (a light set in an ice casing) in the snow on Radcliffe Quad

Cabot House members cheered up the wintry Quad with their hand-crafted ice lanterns. 

Photograph courtesy of Cabot House faculty dean Ian Miller and resident dean Meg Lockwood. 

Undergraduate Houses experiment and innovate in attempts to revive the effervescence that once characterized their student communities. 

3.26.21

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences announces disciplinary actions.

3.25.21

The homepage of the nonprofit Potential Energy Coalition, showing a blue circle superimposed on a black-and-white photograph of the ocean

A professor and a marketing professional have teamed up to raise awareness of the climate problem through the nonpartisan, nonprofit Potential Energy Coalition.

From the potentialenergycoalition.org website 

A professor and a marketing professional try a new tack in climate-change communications.

3.24.21

Harvard shield superimposed on image of Widener Library, a symbol of returning to operations

Image by Unsplash. 

The University announces a date for faculty and staff members to return, in anticipation of fall residential operations.

3.22.21