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The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is in its third year with a new dean, Jim Ryan. Dean Ryan's vision for the school is clear in the school's new Capital Campaign motto, Learn to Change the World and in... Read more

The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library’s online exhibition Music, First and Last: Scores from the Sir Georg Solti Archive received a prestigious Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J... Read more

May 12, 2015—The third and final war of Cuban independence from Spain ended in 1898, but the end of the fighting only gave rise to a new kind of turbulence. From that year until the Cuban republic was proclaimed in 1902, the United States... Read more

March 10, 2015—Space may be the final frontier, but its exploration has long been one of man’s pursuits, as shown in Houghton Library’s current exhibition Starry Messengers: Signs and Science from the Skies. Books and manuscripts display the... Read more

February 24, 2015—Harvard’s libraries, collections and staff members were recently featured in campus and external media publications.

December 24: A Harvard... Read more

February 10, 2015—The new term brings with it a host of exhibitions; make sure to stop by!

Icons of Knowledge: Architecture and Symbolism in National Libraries at... Read more

November 18, 2014—The Harvard Library convened scholars and experts for a series of discussions, films and panels inspired by the Blavatnik Archive exhibit “Lives of the Great Patriotic War... Read more

November 18, 2014—In honor of the centennial anniversary of Paine Hall, the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library centered its latest exhibition around the life and times of the man behind the building’s name, Harvard University’s first professor of music... Read more

November 4, 2014—Harvard’s libraries, collections and staff members were recently featured on RadioBoston and WGBH and in the Harvard Crimson and the Harvard Gazette.

October 15: Pusey Library's "From the Alps to the Ocean: Maps of the... Read more

World War I lasted four years, three months, two weeks, and one day. Dozens of nations were involved; more than 65 million soldiers were mobilized; casualties rose to 37 million. The Western Front stretched 600 miles through three countries.“From... Read more