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Senior Fellow Bill Lee discusses search for new Harvard president

After serving a decade as president of Harvard University, Drew Faust announced last week that she will step down on June 30, 2018. A collegial and unifying figure known as both a… 1,641 more words

Campus & Community

Make a difference, Zuckerberg tells Harvard graduates

He dropped out of College to chase a dream and returned 12 years later as leader of a company that has changed the world. His goal now, he says, is to make that world become a better place in which to live, work, laugh, love, and connect, and to encourage others to do the same. 1,435 more words

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Looks do dia a dia em Erevã

Quem me conhece sabe que eu tenho um pézinho no mundo das modas: é assunto que me desperta interesse, curiosidade, e eu sempre gostei de explorar diversas possibilidades na hora de me vestir. 1,459 more words

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Timbaland shares untold stories behind songs with Missy Elliott, Madonna, and Beyoncé

A version of this story originally appears in Entertainment Weekly’s Untold Stories issue, available to buy right here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. 707 more words

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Introducing ‘Heard at Harvard’

“Heard at Harvard” is a new podcast series from the Harvard Gazette featuring lively, timely conversations with leading scholars on topics in art, culture, science, politics, and more. 76 more words

Arts & Culture

Probing how colleges benefited from slavery

Hundreds of listeners from Harvard and beyond packed a Radcliffe auditorium on Friday for a series of wrenching discussions about the historical role of universities in the propagation of slavery. 1,685 more words

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Understanding Harvard’s ties to slavery

Last spring, Harvard President Drew Faust joined with Civil Rights icon and U.S. Rep. John Lewis to affix a plaque on Harvard’s Wadsworth House in honor of Titus, Venus, Bilhah, and Juba, who lived and worked there as enslaved persons during the presidencies of Benjamin Wadsworth and Edward Holyoke in the 1700s. 1,873 more words

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