Harvard University

Harvard University



Devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to developing leaders who make a difference globally.

Cambridge, MA
Joined on May 12, 2009

We looked inside some of the tweets by @Harvard and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
8 hours
Average replies
Average retweets
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Tweets with photos
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Tweets with videos
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

2. in country United States and category Education

8. in category Education

110. in country United States and category Society

616. in category Society

(6/6) Read President Bacow’s message to the community: https://t.co/TgvvqOgFrs

“We will pursue this case vigorously so that our international students—and international students at institutions across the country—can continue their studies without the threat of deportation.” - President Bacow (5/6)

Harvard and MIT have filed pleadings in the US District Court in Boston seeking a temporary restraining order prohibiting enforcement of the ICE order. (4/6)

“But, until that time comes, we will not stand by to see our international students’ dreams extinguished by a deeply misguided order. We owe it to them to stand up and to fight—and we will.” - President Bacow (3/6)

“As a university with a profound commitment to residential education, we hope and intend to resume full in-person instruction as soon as it is safe and responsible to do so…” (2/6)

On Monday, ICE announced that international students will not be allowed to stay in the country if they attend institutions, like Harvard, that are holding courses online this fall. (1/6)

A recent Harvard panel examined the history of policing in the U.S., and discussed ways to move forward https://t.co/aKTXbn4zG8

The new law criminalizes any acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign powers, with a maximum sentence of life in prison https://t.co/qE6Tw4QLXX

The framework provides clear, accessible guidance to policy makers and the public on how to target and suppress COVID-19 more effectively across the nation https://t.co/vur8BBoh2B

Harvard will welcome up to 40% of undergraduates on campus for the fall semester, including first-year students and those who need to be on campus to learn https://t.co/mcNberGtiF

The history of food at Harvard — from rebellions over butter to exclusive dining clubs — mirrors wider social changes in the country https://t.co/KPVW2dTbU7

Harvard offers hundreds of free online courses: https://t.co/cEWkPrjDdi https://t.co/rL9Uy14LCc

Harvard offers hundreds of free online courses: https://t.co/cEWkPrjDdi https://t.co/rL9Uy14LCc

Harvard researchers compared how 21 human adults and 21 6- to 8-year-old children stacked up against an African grey parrot named Griffin in a complex version of the classic shell game https://t.co/OLBypddsZG

In his famous speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?,” Frederick Douglass implored the audience to think about the ongoing oppression of Black Americans on a holiday that celebrates freedom. #4thofJuly https://t.co/tVwIRXpnZS

The COVID-19 pandemic is leaving many Americans hungry, and experts at a recent forum said that legislation to relieve the economic burden might help https://t.co/oT3GBXV9F9

The app features 2 tours: a half-mile walk along Meadow Road, with stories about the @ArnoldArboretum's past, mission, and research; and a quarter-mile stroll through the Explorers Garden, with stories of 148 years of collecting plants around the world https://t.co/2nnkCegI5s

In 1918, Greater Boston was ground zero for the flu pandemic in the United States. This proximity put @harvardmed students and faculty on the frontlines in the battle against the disease. https://t.co/3r2qCcDKF8

Summer enrichment programs can have profound, positive effects on students’ academic and social growth, but as the global coronavirus pandemic has thrown academic programs into disarray, how can meaningful learning and enrichment still happen? https://t.co/ZY5aLeWT2w

Keidrick Roy, a doctoral student in American Studies at @HarvardGSAS and a U.S. Air Force veteran, is hosting a virtual community reading and discussion of Frederick Douglass's famous speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” https://t.co/tVwIRXpnZS

Evolutionary biologist Dino Martins discusses the plague of locusts that has descended on East Africa, devouring crops, trees, and pasture as they move https://t.co/YHJWKSyYSr

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