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A few visitors in the arcade overlooking the Calderwood Courtyard of the Harvard Art Museums

Soon visitors will return to the arcade overlooking the museums' Calderwood Courtyard.

Photo: Matthew Montieth; © President and Fellows of Harvard College. Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums.

The musems will welcome students back on September 1, and the public on September 4.

7.20.21 | News
Paul Fishman, Harry Litman, Amy Jeffress, and Jamie Gorelick record an episode of the Talking Feds podcast.

From left: Paul Fishman, Harry Litman, Amy Jeffress, and Jamie Gorelick

Photographs courtesy of Harry Litman; montage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

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Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen

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The book covers the first thirty years of the Nobel-prize winning economist’s life.

7.9.21 | Books
Stephen Bourguet

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Graduate student Stephen Bourguet has set his sights on running a personal best at the Boston Marathon in October.

7.6.21 | Sports
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Emily Cole Groden holds a batch of Evergreen waffles. 

Emily Cole Groden’s quest for nutritious frozen waffles

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Tiya Miles and Tomiko Brown-Nagin

Tiya Miles (top) and Tomiko Brown-Nagin 

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

Tiya Miles traces a mother and daughter’s story through a cotton sack.

7.21.21 | Arts
A few visitors in the arcade overlooking the Calderwood Courtyard of the Harvard Art Museums

Soon visitors will return to the arcade overlooking the museums' Calderwood Courtyard.

Photo: Matthew Montieth; © President and Fellows of Harvard College. Image courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums.

The musems will welcome students back on September 1, and the public on September 4.

7.20.21 | News
Paul Fishman, Harry Litman, Amy Jeffress, and Jamie Gorelick record an episode of the Talking Feds podcast.

From left: Paul Fishman, Harry Litman, Amy Jeffress, and Jamie Gorelick

Photographs courtesy of Harry Litman; montage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Former U.S. attorney Harry P. Litman ’80 and guests’ lively take on legal and political issues.

7.15.21 | Alumni

Past work on water and human intervention

7.14.21 | The Context
Amartya Sen

Amartya Sen

Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

The book covers the first thirty years of the Nobel-prize winning economist’s life.

7.9.21 | Books
Stephen Bourguet

Stephen Bourguet 

Photograph courtesy of Stephen Bourguet

Graduate student Stephen Bourguet has set his sights on running a personal best at the Boston Marathon in October.

7.6.21 | Sports
A woman holds a tray of waffles

Emily Cole Groden holds a batch of Evergreen waffles. 

Emily Cole Groden’s quest for nutritious frozen waffles

7.1.21 | Alumni

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