Orlando Patterson may be the last of Harvard sociology’s big thinkers.
Brief life of a Scottish-American conservationist: 1838-1914
Scholars pursue sweeping new interpretations of the human past.
James Laughlin’s transit to Harvard and Europe—and pioneering literary publishing
Max Bazerman wants leaders to take notice of ethical challenges.
Researchers at Mclean Hospital develop a magnet that treats depression and bipolar disorder
Harnessing civic data makes governments more responsive to citizens.
Events on and off campus during November and December
Gospel choir concert offers Christmas songs and other inspirational music at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Gilded icons, stark portraits, and a warm tea room
A new exhibit at Harvard’s Peabody Museum highlights decorative weaponry through the ages.
The greenhouses at Wellesley College Botanic Gardens offer greenery and blossoms in winter.
A neighborly pub on the Somerville-Cambridge border
Harvard’s Art Museums reopen, poised to fulfill their pedagogical purpose.
Beginning the semester with Freshman Convocation, Morning Prayers, a learning and teaching conference, and cuts in employee benefits
A specialist on immigration at Harvard Law School
Robust capital-campaign fundraising, plus Design and Education School launch events
A National Medal of Technology for SEAS dean, National Humanities Medalists, MacArthur Fellows, and more
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
A transformative endowment gift from Gerald L. Chan and family
Harvard's endowment nearly returns to its peak value—and welcomes new investment leadership.
Vice-presidential vacancies in finance and communications, sexual-assault legislation, grade inflation, and more
Further dialogue on campus, and climate-change actions elsewhere
A senior finds her own place at the College.
A roundup of Harvard’s football season so far
Wesley Saunders of basketball excels at anticipation, just as he did in chess.
Ross Miller’s public art in overlooked places captivates viewers.
In To Make Men Free, Heather Cox Richardson seeks to explain the back-and-forth history of Republican Party goals.
Recent Books with Harvard connections
Post-9/11 veterans find new ways to serve at home.
Harvard’s World War I participants are honored in an updated volume edited by Douglass M. Carver ’59.
“Harvard-Hiring-Harvard” helps students find employment.