We’ve Made Some Changes

Explore our new and improved website, and rediscover Harvard Magazine.

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.

Your stories, your way. We've redesigned our navigation to make it easier to find articles that interest you. Use the navigation bar at the top of every page to explore your favorite topics: news, research, student life, alumni, the arts, sports, and more. In addition to the broad topics listed at the top of each article page, in the left-hand margin you'll see specific keywords that help you find articles about the same subject.

Stay informed. You'll find all the latest news in the left-hand column on the homepage. Check back often, or sign up for our new weekly e-mail and never miss a headline.

Add your two cents. Tell us what you think about the new design.

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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