#Harvard

Psychology | Personality

Harvard researcher on psychology of art – Harvard Gazette

Senior researcher at Project Zero and Boston College Professor of Psychology Ellen Winner’s latest book, “How Art Works: A Psychological Exploration,” is based on years of research both at Harvard and BC, and looks at art through psychological and p

Politics | Politics

Dershowitz: Robert Mueller Is 'a Zealot' | Breitbart

Sunday on New York AM 970 radio's "The Cats Roundtable," Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz ripped special counsel Robert Mueller, calling him "a zealot." “I think Mueller is a zealot," Dershowitz told host John Catsimatidi

Politics | The War On Gender

Harvard matchmaking service forced to add nonbinary gender option to Valentine's Day survey

Datamatch, considered a 'quintessential' part of Harvard campus culture, was under fire for only offering male and female options.

Science & Technology | Tech

Learn to Code in 3 Months With Harvard's Online Courses

Harvard's online class is teaching thousands of students how to code in 12 weeks. You can learn for free or pay to enroll in the certificate program.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Struggling to Serve at the Nation’s Richest University

We Harvard dining hall workers are on strike because we can’t afford to pay more for health care.

History | History

Elmont Memorial High School student accepted by all 8 Ivy League schools

High school senior Harold Ekeh was accepted to all 8 Ivy League universities. He's a science whiz who plays the drums and wants to cure Alzheimer's.

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

How we restored Harvard’s Rothko murals without touching them

In 1989, I was a conservation student at the Courtauld Institute in London. During a class on varnish removal, my professor, Gerry Hedley, demonstrated how shining blue light on a picture with yellowed varnish made it seem as if the varnish had been cleaned away—returning the painting to how it originally had appeared.