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Welcome to the new harvardmagazine.com. We've worked hard to make the website more compelling and easier to use. Now we invite you to take a look around and explore the features we've added.

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And don't worry—we're not doing away with the print edition. Harvard graduates living in the United States will still receive a copy at home. But you can find every article in the current issue, plus 15 years of back issues, here on the Web.



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