Readers comment on training teachers, global health, climate change, and more
President Faust on Harvard athletes’ international outreach
Tuition income—and what the College can and ought to charge
Celebrating distinguished authors and artists
3-D-printing pioneer Jennifer Lewis aims to fabricate replacement organs.
A Nieman Fellow documents the perilous passage of refugees fleeing war to seek safety in Europe.
Brief life of a spectrographic pioneer: 1857-1911
Deidre Lynch on the cult of Jane Austen and the complexities of loving literature
Assaults on privacy and security in America threaten democracy itself.
RIGHT NOW Harvard research and ideas
Harvard’s Crowd Innovation Lab studies what motivates crowds to solve problems.
Paying Pakistani tax collectors for better performance to increase tax revenue
John Harvard's Journal University news
Harvard's three-legged encouragement of entrepreneurship
The annual financial report celebrates current strengths, but cautions about a coming revenue squeeze.
The swift growth in undergraduate quantitative-science concentrators
Harvard’s chief sustainability officer on scaling up green solutions while scaling back its environmental footprint
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
A strike, negotiations, and a vote on wages, benefits, and union recognition
The College struggles with single-gender final clubs—and sexist behavior by sports teams.
A 30 percent reduction in greenhouse-gas emissions is achieved; a 2050 goal appears more challenging.
Nobel honorands, a new University Professor, the Honor Code, and more
A Harvard initiative studies how spirituality affects patients’ experience at the end of life
Harvard’s congressional contingent gains five new members.
Moving off campus, and growing up
After living on the edge, the football team confronts a shocking season-ending upset.
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
In the “final phase” of her life, Cerise Lim Jacobs builds herself an oeuvre.
Contentious American democracy—in a new case-method history book
“It doesn’t even make sense to me that art and protest would be separate.”
Recent books with Harvard connections
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
Hidden gem: the Harvard Film Archive
Night Song soothes the soul at First Church in Cambridge.
Car-free fun in downtown Providence