Under social distance guidelines for a possible return to campus, large lecture courses held in halls like Science Center C would require a significantly different organization to ensure distance is kept between each student.
During the last few days on campus in March 2020, Mather Dining Hall was mostly empty, as house life declined while students experienced their final moments on campus.
Arts Chairs Allison J. Scharmann '21 and Iris M. Lewis '21.
University Hall, home to the offices of multiple College administrators, sits in Harvard Yard.
Harvard Law School’s transition to remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic has garnered mixed reactions from professors.
"Painting Edo" is the largest exhibition ever presented at the Harvard Art Museums.
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Despite Historic Returns, Harvard Endowment Still Trails Ivy League Peers
I Would Not Date a Blind Person
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