Dining out is surging—yet there are reservations.
Brief life of a Renaissance scholar: 1864-1945
The world's most fragile marine ecosystems are in decline.
Reducing our dependence on imported oil—while addressing the threat of climate change
Disruptive change comes to American higher education
RIGHT NOW Harvard research and ideas
Stephen Greenblatt traces the influence of Lucretius, through De Rerum Natura, on modern thought.
Studying the differences in addiction and recovery between men and women
John Harvard's Journal University news
Highlights from Harvard's 360th Commencement
The honorary-degree recipients of 2011
A sampling of Commencement week speeches
An omnium-gatherum of notes and statistics, vital and otherwise
Human touches within Commencement's pomp
An experienced Stanford administrator, an expert on health policy and economics, returns to take a big job at his alma mater.
Meet Harvard's resident Egyptologist.
New members enlarge the Harvard Corporation
Faculty consulting for the Qaddafi government prompts a debate on academic principles.
Headlines from Harvard's history
The psychology professor returns to Harvard, but not to teaching.
Arrivals, appointments, awards
In two new books, E.O. Wilson and his coauthors introduce pioneer myrmecologist José Celestino Mutis, and the ants that are "the most complex socially of all animals, except for humans."
Radcliffe Institute's dean steps down, FAS's fitter fisc, renovation for Old Quincy, J-term update, and other Harvard news
A student's tribute to medical anthropologist Arthur Kleinman
A senior ponders cultural capital, socioeconomic realities, and career choices.
A stellar spring for men's crew
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
With sound, image, and word, Chris Cerf teaches the basics.
A con man, his son, and a fiction on two levels
Conductor Sarah Hicks spans Prokofiev and the Police.
Historian Sophia Rosenfeld examines the origins of politicians' appeals to "common sense."
Almuni Harvardians far and wide
Carl Schoonover ’06 merges science and aesthetics.
Marjorie Thomas '42 and Donald F. Brown '30 led the alumni parade on Commencement afternoon.
Four scholars whose contributions to society were fostered at Harvard
The newly elected members of the Board of Overseers and new directors of the Harvard Alumni Association
For outstanding service to the University, a Commencement afternoon thank-you
Four new graduates head back to school—in the other Cambridge
A record-breaking fiftieth-reunion total is one among many contributions.
Janny Scott '77 introduces Barack Obama's mother to a wider audience.
Summer events hosted by Shared Interest Groups
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