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Harvard on Twitter
- A crowd of Harvard and local students demanded action on Friday, adding 1,000 voices to the daylong global protests over the inadequate response by world leaders to the quickly worsening crisis.
Scientists all over the world have been grappling with the realities of for decades. Here are some of the ways Harvard is working to help tackle climate change.
- At Harvard, we are acting on through research across disciplines and throughout the world; through teaching and learning; and on our campus, by modeling an institutional pathway to a healthier, more sustainable community.
Arts and Humanities
Harvard celebrates Arts First
The Arts First festival, featuring concerts, exhibitions, and hands-on activities, highlights Harvard’s creative spirit inside and out of the classroom.?
Taking on a top typer: Harvard professor Jelani Nelson
Jelani Nelson happens to be a blazing fast typist, once scoring as high as 170 words per minute.?