Photos: The Campus’s Changing Face

Northwest Research Building, Cambridge campus, 2008 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/2007/05/construction-gallery.html">View building construction photographs</a>)
Graduate Housing on Memorial Drive, Cambridge campus, 2007
Graduate Housing on Memorial Drive, Cambridge campus, 2007
New Research Building, Longwood Medical Area, 2005 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/2003/11/a-scientific-instrument.html">Read more about the 525,000 square foot glass-walled structure</a>)
Spangler Center, Business School Campus, 2001 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/1999/09/south-by-north-harvard">View building construction photographs</a>)
Naito Laboratory, Cambridge campus, 1999
Naito Laboratory, Cambridge campus, 1999
Laboratory for Integrated Science and Engineering, Cambridge campus, 2007 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/2006/11/in-this-issue.html">Read more about the building construction</a>)
Maxwell-Dworkin, Cambridge campus, 1999 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/1998/09/jhj.digs.html">Read more about the building construction</a>)
90 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge campus, 2006. (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/2001/03/not-building-by-the-book-html">Read more about the building construction</a>)
Center for Government and International Studies, Cambridge campus, 2005 (<a href="http://harvardmagazine.com/1999/01/jhj.knafel.html">Read more about the building construction</a>)

Scroll through these images of construction projects, 1996 to present, from the pages of Harvard Magazine. Explore the ever-changing campus with an interactive map, showing expansions and renovations from the last 25 years, and read “Building—and Buying—a Campus” for an in-depth look at how the campus has changed in the last 25 years. 

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