Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898 | SUBSCRIBE

Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898

Jorge Dominguez

Photograph by Paul Marotta/Getty Images

The former government professor was found to have engaged in sexual harassment for nearly 40 years.  

5.9.19

Latest News

Students crowded in University Hall’s Faculty Room, April 1969

Photograph by Daniel Pipes

Freshly developed photos from the upheavals of 1969

5.22.19 | Photos

At the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Joe Brett—veteran and Harvard Kennedy School alumnus—addresses Ukrainian veterans of the Soviet-Afghan War. He writes, “I gave them a pin of my old unit, 24th Corps, which happens to be a blue heart on a white shield…or in this case a symbol for peace. We all wept when I gave this out with the words that it was up to us to all work for peace, now that we have met each other as brothers at this memorial…One former Soviet colonel hugged me and, with tears in his eyes, said that all soldiers should be veterans.”

Photograph courtesy of Joe Brett

A Kennedy School reunioner and Vietnam veteran stresses the need to address moral injury.

5.22.19 | Commencement

Click arrow on right for full image: German President Richard von Weizsäcker, the featured Commencement speaker in 1987—the fortieth anniversary of the historic Marshall Plan address

It helps to be a high official of a powerful European nation—and to have resonant things to say about your American allies.

5.21.19 | Commencement

Meredith Rosenthal (center) spoke about pharmaceutical marketing's role in the opioid crisis. She is  Gray professor of health economics at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. 

Photograph by Keith Tolman

A joint Harvard-University of Michigan summit addresses opioids stigma, drug marketing, and race. 

5.14.19 | News

The University discloses top employees’ pay in its annual tax filing. 

5.10.19 | News

Jorge Dominguez

Photograph by Paul Marotta/Getty Images

The former government professor was found to have engaged in sexual harassment for nearly 40 years.  

5.9.19 | News

Byerly Hall

Photograph by Kevin Grady

Scholars from diverse disciplines will spend a year devoted to research.

5.9.19 | News

Latest News

Students crowded in University Hall’s Faculty Room, April 1969

Photograph by Daniel Pipes

Freshly developed photos from the upheavals of 1969

5.22.19 | Photos

At the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Joe Brett—veteran and Harvard Kennedy School alumnus—addresses Ukrainian veterans of the Soviet-Afghan War. He writes, “I gave them a pin of my old unit, 24th Corps, which happens to be a blue heart on a white shield…or in this case a symbol for peace. We all wept when I gave this out with the words that it was up to us to all work for peace, now that we have met each other as brothers at this memorial…One former Soviet colonel hugged me and, with tears in his eyes, said that all soldiers should be veterans.”

Photograph courtesy of Joe Brett

A Kennedy School reunioner and Vietnam veteran stresses the need to address moral injury.

5.22.19 | Commencement

Click arrow on right for full image: German President Richard von Weizsäcker, the featured Commencement speaker in 1987—the fortieth anniversary of the historic Marshall Plan address

It helps to be a high official of a powerful European nation—and to have resonant things to say about your American allies.

5.21.19 | Commencement

Meredith Rosenthal (center) spoke about pharmaceutical marketing's role in the opioid crisis. She is  Gray professor of health economics at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. 

Photograph by Keith Tolman

A joint Harvard-University of Michigan summit addresses opioids stigma, drug marketing, and race. 

5.14.19 | News

The University discloses top employees’ pay in its annual tax filing. 

5.10.19 | News

Jorge Dominguez

Photograph by Paul Marotta/Getty Images

The former government professor was found to have engaged in sexual harassment for nearly 40 years.  

5.9.19 | News

Byerly Hall

Photograph by Kevin Grady

Scholars from diverse disciplines will spend a year devoted to research.

5.9.19 | News

More to Explore

Illustration by Robert Neubecker

Right Now

What the rare bright spots in American high-school education teach

May-June 2019

Garden in the Woods features the white spring ephemerals, such asTrillium grandiflorum,  during Trillium Week (May 5-11).

Photograph courtesy of Native Plant Trust and Garden in the Woods/Photography by Dan Jaffe

Explorations and Curiosities

Springtime at New England’s native-plant haven

May-June 2019

Harvard
in the Headlines

Harvard Magazine sorts through news and commentary in other media and shares diverse views with you. Learn More

Harvard Magazine
delivered to your Inbox

Enter your email address to sign up for our weekly email, a roundup of the latest stories:

Fill out my online form.