Science news articles about 'Harvard Yard'

  • Student diggers take Harvard’s roots from dirt to display case

    Emily Pierce ’10 was up to her hips in Harvard Yard, standing in a square hole in the ground ... here, a piece of bone there — clues that together could weave a tale of Harvard’s early years.read ...
  • Biking at Harvard 101

    ... but also a responsibility to follow the rules. Cycling is prohibited in Harvard Yard and several other areas of campus — signs ... walk their bikes. Bicycling on the sidewalk is not permitted in Harvard Square or in several other locations in Cambridge. • Staff ...
  • Creating power by the Yard

    Sustainability often happens behind the scenes. But Harvard’s newest renewable energy project is also among ... Hall, a freshman dormitory on the northern periphery of Harvard Yard. The panels are part of a solar thermal ...
  • Professor Harold Bolitho dies

    ... Bolitho, professor of Japanese history emeritus in Harvard’s Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations ... on Nov. 2 at 5 p.m. in the Memorial Church, Harvard Yard. The burial will be in Connecticut ...
  • A witchin’ good time

    Pirates, witches, ninjas, and skeletons invaded Harvard Yard Friday (Oct. 29) as part of the Phillips Brooks House Association’s (PBHA) Halloween ...
  • Professor Harold Bolitho dies

    ... Bolitho, professor of Japanese history emeritus in Harvard’s Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations ... on Nov. 2 at 5 p.m. in the Memorial Church, Harvard Yard. The burial will be in Connecticut ...
  • Wild Harvard

    ... 492 trees in the two Harvard yards bounded by Quincy Street and Massachusetts Avenue, with 70 ... or so species of birds commonly seen at Harvard, including the nuttall, mockingbird, and cardinal. If you ...
  • Harvard honors MLK with special event

    ... p.m., in the Memorial Church in Harvard Yard. In connection with Harvard Interfaith Awareness Week ... will perform during the service. A reception, sponsored by the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations, will be held ...
  • Poehler express

    ... will address the Class of 2011, their families, and guests in Harvard Yard’s Tercentenary Theatre on May 25. The annual ... concert by the Radcliffe Choral Society, the Harvard Glee Club, and the Harvard University Band. A Massachusetts ...
  • Thinking outside the gilded frame

    ... have people up there who would have never been hung on a wall at Harvard. That shifts their reality and how they feel about themselves. It sort ... -defined. An artist by nature, she took a job in Harvard’s yard operations and carved it into a role ...
  • How inviting!

    ... a seat! Those colorful, inviting chairs that dotted Harvard Yard last spring have returned by way ... Chairs Project, a Harvard initiative designed to encourage community building in and around the Yard. Besides ...
  • A good fit for families

    ... the walls and sand toys dot the playgrounds at Harvard Yard Child Care Center (HYCCC ... filled the centers’ new classrooms. Members of the Harvard community were there to tour the renovated child care ...
  • 360th Commencement

    Gates On Commencement morning the Harvard Yard gates will open at 6:45 a.m. Parents ... Morning Exercises. Regalia may be ordered through the Harvard Coop for distribution in May. Degree candidates will receive ...
  • Arne Duncan named chief marshal

    ... , the chief marshal greets classes as they process into Harvard Yard, presides over the chief marshal’s spread ... ’68. “It is an honor to be chief marshal for the 2011 Harvard Commencement,” Duncan said. “President Obama has challenged ...
  • What you need to know

    ... subway is directly across the street from Harvard Yard. The Harvard Commuter Choice Program website describes the various routes to Harvard Square using public transportation. Please note ...

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