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Here's how businessman Donald J. Trump is likely to change how government works.

And now: President CEO

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At a time when women make up the majority of the country’s college students, their numbers still trail male peers in certain fields. And in some disciplines, like physics, women remain a small minority.

Strengthening ties among women in physics

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In some cases, researchers say, larger city blocks may actually be better for pedestrians and communities.

Why city blocks work

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In remembering Martin Luther King Jr., we share this photo of the Civil Rights Movement leader and minister from January of 1965, when he was a guest preacher at Memorial Church in Harvard Yard.
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A new report shows that participation in Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) MOOCs has increased and diversified.

Grading the MOOCs

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Harvard professor to help lead a study by The Lancet examining the Syrian war’s consequences for health and society.

No easy answer for health void in Syria

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Science journalist and author Gary Taubes ’77 made his case that sugar consumption drives metabolic dysfunction that makes people sick.

Sugar stands accused

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“I can’t tell you how much of an honor and a privilege it is to be on this campus and to represent this campus,” Amaker said.

Tommy Amaker reflects on becoming Harvard's winningest men’s basketball coach

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Good morning from Cambridge! Here, the sun peeks through the clouds over the Charles River.
Molly Antopol, a Radcliffe Fellow and the author of “The UnAmericans,” talks about the creative process behind her fiction.

Building character

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Harvard faculty consider the challenges of a national infrastructure overhaul.

Our crumbling infrastructure

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Though they’ve long been portrayed as unintelligent brutes, Neanderthals were far more sophisticated than most think.

Harvard students, meet the Stone Age

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Islamic studies scholar discussed the myths and realities of Muslim Feminism at a recent Diversity Dialogue.

Islamic studies scholar addresses myths and mores behind the veil

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Jorge Olivera Castillo is a writer and journalist and a well-known Cuban dissident. He was sentenced to prison by the Cuban government for his political views but was released after 21 months. He is now at Harvard through the Scholars at Risk program.

Out of ‘the wolf’s mouth’

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Former dean of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences says the traditional research divide stifles discovery, and offers an alternative model.

The false choice of basic vs. applied research

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Trusting one’s intuition to make good decisions is still a popular practice, but it shouldn’t be, according to behavioral science.

The duo who upended intuition

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