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hbr.org/2016/12/research-why-americans-are-so-impressed-by-busyness

Dec 15, 2016 ... “What is a 'weekend?'” Violet Crawley, the Dowager Countess of Grantham, famously asked during the first season of Downton Abbey, set in 1912. The joke, of course, is that the Dowager Countess is too aristocratic to even recognize the concept of a week divided between work and leisure. Consistent with ...

www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/harvard_university_press_ditches_veritas.php

Jan 31, 2013 ... Don't tell anyone but the old logo was a shield with the usual vines and stuff and awkward typography in a circle (except that this was an oval so it's even weirder) which in turn had the Harvard Veritas shield in it, making it a doubley-super- powered traditional shield that gave gravitas and higher meaning to ...

1000logos.net/harvard-logo

The history of Harvard mentions the exact date when the Harvard Shield was officially introduced: September 8, 1836. It was the day when Bicentennial celebration took place. A white banner depicting the shield was placed above a big tent in the Yard. Later, the official seal was formed on its basis, which was adopted in ...

www.uibk.ac.at/smt/marketing/brandresearchlab2/files/symbolsforsale_levy.pdf

Harvard Business Revie^^7 more or less careful of how he distributed his pennies. To do this meant giving closer atten- tion to the concrete value of what he bought, to the durability of the fabric, the quantity of the food, the sturdiness of the building materials. The philosophy of business was also oriented around these ...

harvardpress.typepad.com/hup_publicity/2017/04/the-cross-in-contemporary-culture-robin-jensen.html

Apr 12, 2017 ... As Easter approaches, and millions of Christians around the globe prepare to celebrate one of their most important religious holidays, we take a look at the symbol at the center of it all: the cross. A defining symbol of the Christian faith, the cross is recognized globally as a sign of love, loss, salvation and ...

www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/boston/attractions/harvard-yard/a/poi-sig/1570974/362022

The Harvard symbol hardly lives up to the university's motto, Veritas, or 'truth.' Behind a mass of Corinthian columns and steep stairs are more than 5 miles of books. Widener Library was built in memory of rare-book collector Harry Elkins Widener, who perished on the Titanic. Apparently Harry gave up his seat in a lifeboat to ...

www.harvardcardinals.org

A symbol of Harvard Public School's history is the bell that has been in the front lobby for almost 20 years. The bell was made for the former high school building that was located in the area where the Harvard Medical Clinic now sits. The bell spent 60 years there. In 1955 when the current HPS school building was built, the  ...

www.amreading.com/2016/10/11/dan-browns-harvard-symbologist-is-back-to-decoding-in-new-novel-origin

Oct 11, 2016 ... Dan Brown's Harvard symbologist, Robert Langdon, is to tackle a fifth mystery in the series next fall. Robert Langdon has been on the wrong side of the Illuminati in Rome, working against the clock to foil an antimatter bomb in Vatican City ( Angels and Demons); he's gone head-to-head in France with the ...

legalinsurrection.com/2016/03/harvard-law-to-remove-sheaths-of-wheat-symbol-from-shield-due-to-ties-to-slave-owning-family

Mar 14, 2016 ... I haven't covered this before, but there was a movement at Harvard Law School to remove three sheaths of wheat from its shield, because the sheaths of wheat represent the family crest of the slave-owning Royall Family. I've probably seen the shield a million times, and never once until this controversy ...