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A campus construction program of unprecedented proportions
President Faust’s exit timetable, and the search for her successor
HarvardX transforms a popular course in epidemiology to serve a global audience.
The Bay of Bengal is central for this South Asia scholar.
A Harvard committee proposes eliminating unsanctioned student social organizations.
Derek Bok and other scholars weigh in on improving universities and colleges—and why that’s hard to do.
A Channel first, a voluntary U.S. history exam, and more from the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
Harvard’s business and engineering faculties join forces on a new technology-design degree—before they co-locate in Allston.
New University Press director, new University Professor, changing Harvard Square, and more
The Undergraduate contemplates cycles in college friendships.
The Ledecky Fellows provide an undergraduate perspective on life at Harvard.
Under coach Tjerk van Herwaarden, Harvard field hockey ascends.
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
The Grammy Award-winning songwriter Dan Wilson reclaims his catalog.
The Business School’s Nancy Koehn analyzes the personal stakes that propel leaders.
Historical plays for a nation “stuck in the middle”
Sci-fi meets the political thriller.