How the Dark Room Collective made space for a generation of African-American writers
Animal law takes hold at Harvard Law School.
Brief life of an exemplary politician: 1745-1819
When academics embraced scientific racism, immigration restrictions, and the suppression of “the unfit”
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Economists rethink the merits of school-choice systems.
Harvard Law students fight for veterans’ rights locally and nationally.
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Building capacity, literally, at the public-policy campus
The Harvard community confronts the challenges of inclusion.
A Harvard computer scientist on how to build a universe
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
An Overseers' challenge slate, reengineering admissions, and General Education revised
Shirley Tilghman on the Corporation, Jane Yellen at Radcliffe, encouraging entrepreneurs, aiming at endowments, and more
“The absence of prejudice is still a long way from the presence of interest.”
Hockey goalie Emerance Maschmeyer steadies her team, in record-setting fashion.
An unexpectedly challenging season for men’s basketball
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
A daring musical theater company turns 25.
E.O. Wilson on why the human species ought to be a little humble
The many pursuits of musicians Damon & Naomi
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
Harvard's Arts First Festival offers more than 100 events.
As living memory of the war dims, curators shape a modern museum of history.
Upward of 150 haute couture and historic shoes are on display in Manchester, N.H.
Almuni Harvardians far and wide
A new lead on stemming drug-related violence in Mexico
Candidates for Harvard Overseers and HAA directors