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Dean Claudine Gay on the Native American hair clippings in Harvard’s holdings

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Illustration showing that a blend of working from home and in the office leads to better-performing and happier employees

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A business school study finds hybrid workers generate more novel and useful information.

12.6.22 | Research
The proposed performing arts center, as seen from across North Harvard Street.

The proposed performing arts center, as seen from across North Harvard Street.

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The project will also include Harvard housing.

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Ieva Jusionyte spoke at the Radcliffe Institute on the effect of American firearms on Mexican society.

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On the “exit wounds” of America’s gun industry in Mexico

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An HAA veteran will succeed Philip Lovejoy as executive director.

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The three faculty members are leaders on campus and in their research fields.

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Catherine Dulac, Robert J. Sampson, and Arlene Sharpe receive highest faculty appointment

11.30.22 |

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Image of the magazine website, mobile version, and cover

The publisher and editor on changes in the magazine’s design—and its evolving service to readers in its 125th anniversary year

12.8.22 |
Peabody Museum

Peabody Museum

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Daderot

Dean Claudine Gay on the Native American hair clippings in Harvard’s holdings

12.8.22 | News
Illustration showing that a blend of working from home and in the office leads to better-performing and happier employees

Illustration by Nathan Daniels

A business school study finds hybrid workers generate more novel and useful information.

12.6.22 | Research
The proposed performing arts center, as seen from across North Harvard Street.

The proposed performing arts center, as seen from across North Harvard Street.

Courtesy of Harvard University

The project will also include Harvard housing.

12.2.22 | News
A woman speaking at a podium, with an image of a high-power rifle projected beside her

Ieva Jusionyte spoke at the Radcliffe Institute on the effect of American firearms on Mexican society.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

On the “exit wounds” of America’s gun industry in Mexico

12.2.22 | News
Sarah Karmon

Sarah Karmon, new HAA executive director

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Alumni Association

An HAA veteran will succeed Philip Lovejoy as executive director.

12.1.22 | News
Dexter Gate

The three faculty members are leaders on campus and in their research fields.

Photograph by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Catherine Dulac, Robert J. Sampson, and Arlene Sharpe receive highest faculty appointment

11.30.22 |

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