An expert's pick of choice Harvard words
Louis Kunkel’s 30-year quest to diagnose and cure muscular dystrophy
Brief life of a Vietnamese revolutionary: 1909-1976
Ubiquitous on film and TV, Wallace Shawn writes plays that pack the house—with 20.
Integrated reporting gives stakeholders information about the sustainability of a corporation’s business.
Calestous Juma sees agricultural innovation as a catalyst to promote development.
Polygyny has mainly negative consequences for women, children, and unmarried young men—and is linked to violence among nations.
University provost Steven E. Hyman prepares to step down.
Searches are under way for new Fellows of Harvard College and for a successor to Steven E. Hyman.
Helen Shenton and a new University-wide management will reshape the libraries for the digital future.
Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith and his colleagues refocus on their educational mission.
The former smoker turned anti-smoking guru directs Harvard School of Public Health's Center for Global Tobacco Control.
A plan is in hand to rehab "Old Quincy" as a trial run.
Headlines from Harvard history
University Professorship for Paul Farmer, ROTC after DADT, admissions angst, a higher-education update, and other University news
The Undergraduate takes a chance on a hard and unfamiliar course.
Tennis co-captains Rosekrans and Cao converge on the court.
Alan Gilbert’s music that should be heard
Analyzing cognition and behaviors to explore how individuals and organizations conduct themselves relative to ethical standards
New collections of poems, prose, and correspondence by Elizabeth Bishop
Law School alumna Dawn LaRochelle left her law practice to become a caterer and restaurateur.
Radio news and the "journalism of hope" thrive in a dangerous place.
A special event on April 6 for reunion-year alumni and their families
The slates of nominees for the Board of Overseers and elected directors of the Harvard Alumni Association are ready.
The Harvard Alumni Association honors outstanding service to, and innovation by, Harvard clubs and Shared Interest Groups.