The singular character of the College’s residences, now in renewal
Michael Van Valkenburgh helps lead a second great age of city-making.
Should the president approve construction?
Brief life of a statesman-orator: 1794-1865
Teaching students the value of deceleration and immersive attention
A new book documents censorship by Hollywood at the bidding of Hitler's Nazi government.
Apps are shaping teens' notions of identity, intimacy, and imagination.
Genetic information about specific cancer can lead to better patient treatments
Harvard arts and cultural events
Harvardians share their favorite Northeast Nordic skiing sites.
The Harvard Campaign's $6.5-billion goal and priorities
An unconventional undergraduate's College years, and the birth of the personal-computer software industry
A taste of the talk
President Drew Faust’s campaign address
Dean Michael D. Smith discusses the priorities of the $2.5-billion FAS campaign.
A new master’s degree teaches computation and modeling in the age of big data.
The bioengineering professor does 3-D printing on a micron scale.
Investment gains and asset growth after a down year
Further developments in online learning and improving teaching
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
Coping with dashed hopes and seizing opportunities
Harvard news: Southeast Asian studies, biotech fellows, digital journalism, and more
Crimson football finds redemption in California.
The art of playing point guard
Composer Michael Friedman’s “investigative theater”
James MacGregor Burns, Ph.D. ’47, on intellect, governance, and the Enlightenment
“One of America’s best all-round intellects” scrutinizes books.
Recent books with Harvard connections
John S. Wilson Jr. grabs the chance to realize his calling.
Six win awards for their years of volunteering.
Sandra Goldmark ’97 puts the focus on repair, not replace.