A Trip Down Memory Lane: LSD at Harvard. Timothy F. Leary and Richard Alpert continued to influence Harvard for years to come, sparking debates on the role of psychedelics on campus and helping to bring 1960s drug culture to the forefront of national consciousness.
On May 25, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences awarded the Centennial Medal to four alumni who have made extraordinary contributions to society. The medal, GSAS’s highest honor, was first awarded in 1989 on the 100th anniversary of the School’s founding.
Set aboard a luxury yacht somewhere on the Aegean Sea, Athina Rachel Tsangari's latest film finds six well-to-do dudes vacationing together, leading to an alpha-male competition with increasingly absurd results.
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Institute’s commitment to women, gender, and society.Learn more
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