Readers comment on unequal university resources, educational effectiveness, final clubs, and first-generation students
President Drew Faust on the enduring struggle to assure access to education.
Thoughts on the coming reconstruction of Harvard Square—and the University’s front door
RIGHT NOW Harvard research and ideas
The United States is finally in a position of energy dominance, but its ability to harness this boom is fraught with challenges.
Neither increased obesity nor longevity explains the doubling of knee osteoarthritis since World War II.
John Harvard's Journal University news
A campus remade in the course of the capital campaign
After another surplus, cautions about the University’s future financial constraints
The University archivist on what it means to “document Harvard”
Congressional tax bills aim at universities’ endowment income.
One year into his deanship, George Daley shares his vision for Harvard Medical School.
The dean of freshmen departs, Rhodes and Marshall scholars, and more
Final-club regulations and preventing preprofessionalism
A memorial minute on the eminent political scientist
“Reading period” debuts, the Maharishi visits, a blizzard shuts down the University, and more from the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
Teaching rap in a Chinese high school, and contemplating one’s blackness
The University Marshal retires, MacArthur fellows, diversifying freshman pre-orientation, and more
Recognizing outstanding authors and artists for serving our readers
A humbling defeat in The Game caps Harvard’s dreariest season in 17 years.
No longer a “skinny kid,” swimmer Dean Farris ’20 builds on his breakout rookie season.
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
Composer Jonathan Bailey Holland on finding his musical voice
A doctor’s take on the destruction of medicine
Comedian Colin Jost, from Shouts and Murmurs to Saturday Night Live
Dara Horn breathes life into classical Jewish sources.
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
A Somerville museum highlights art “so bad, it’s good.”
HEAR WORD! portrays the lives of Nigerian women.