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Oral bacteria can lodge in the gut and trigger inflammatory bowel conditions. 

10.20.17

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A large surplus last year—but cautions about the future

10.26.17 | News

Freshman Harvard quarterback Jake Smith showed some moves as he slalomed through Princeton defenders on a 26-yard run.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

A shellacking in the Stadium

10.21.17 | Sports

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Oral bacteria can lodge in the gut and trigger inflammatory bowel conditions. 

10.20.17 | Research

Fellow classics concentrators Sam Beck ’16 (left) and E.E. Cummings ’15

 

What one undergraduate learned

10.18.17 | Alumni

Claudine Gay, social science dean and Cowett professor of government and of African and African American studies

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The initative includes interdisciplinary conversation, annual symposia, and a postdoc program. 

10.17.17 | News

Harvard's Charlie Booker deployed a mighty stiff arm to fend off Lafayette's Philip Parham. The Crimson junior rampaged his way to a career-high 159 yards on the ground.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

The Crimson gets back on track.

10.14.17 | Sports

Nadya Okamoto 

Courtesy of Nadya Okamoto for Cambridge City Council

Nadya Okamoto ’20 is juggling wider aspirations and school work.

10.13.17 | News

Latest News

Courtesy of Harvard University Financial Administration

A large surplus last year—but cautions about the future

10.26.17 | News

Freshman Harvard quarterback Jake Smith showed some moves as he slalomed through Princeton defenders on a 26-yard run.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

A shellacking in the Stadium

10.21.17 | Sports

Image by Jezperklauzen/iStock

Oral bacteria can lodge in the gut and trigger inflammatory bowel conditions. 

10.20.17 | Research

Fellow classics concentrators Sam Beck ’16 (left) and E.E. Cummings ’15

 

What one undergraduate learned

10.18.17 | Alumni

Claudine Gay, social science dean and Cowett professor of government and of African and African American studies

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The initative includes interdisciplinary conversation, annual symposia, and a postdoc program. 

10.17.17 | News

Harvard's Charlie Booker deployed a mighty stiff arm to fend off Lafayette's Philip Parham. The Crimson junior rampaged his way to a career-high 159 yards on the ground.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

The Crimson gets back on track.

10.14.17 | Sports

Nadya Okamoto 

Courtesy of Nadya Okamoto for Cambridge City Council

Nadya Okamoto ’20 is juggling wider aspirations and school work.

10.13.17 | News

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Among the nineteenth-century frauds Kevin Young explores are the pseudo-scientific Great Moon Hoax.
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