In the expository writing course "Why Shakespeare?" first-year students were challenged to adapt their essays for a public audience.
Harvard on Twitter
- From developing new ways to treat chronic diseases to making public transportation more accessible, the winners of the 10th Annual Harvard President’s Innovation Challenge offer solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems t.co/xXtSfqlFew
- Patients that are equally ill from COVID-19 can have drastically different outcomes. Why? t.co/xU3PtX122x
- Poet Jorie Graham interviews Louis Menand about his new book, which examines U.S. culture between World War II and Vietnam t.co/blNqXU8NDm
Arts and Humanities
Origin of the Armageddon causing comet
A new theory from Avi Loeb and Amir Siraj explains the origin of the comet that killed the dinosaurs.
A peek inside the new SEC
Harvard’s much-anticipated Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) in Allston is complete. The SEC is home to a portion of Harvard’s John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS). Labs are setting up (some are already operational), furniture has been moved in, and offices are being transitioned.