Using precision medicine, Harvard researchers target cancer.
Brief life of a world-changer: 1921-2009
James ’70 and Deborah Fallows ’71 explore “what the hell is happening in America.”
In Indonesia, the Bajau fishermen’s way of life is under pressure.
Understanding the real consequences of the new tax law
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Interventions that mobilize family support networks have powerful effects.
The digital tools advertisers rely on can be easily manipulated to influence public opinion on politics.
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Lawrence S. Bacow named Harvard’s twenty-ninth president
A dining executive on Harvard’s changing food environment
FAS dean to step down, John Lewis to speak at Commencement, Hillary Clinton at Radcliffe, and more
Headlines from Harvard’s history
A theatre troupe aims for higher ed.
News briefs, from green-energy goals and a move to course preregistration to final-club final sanctions
Course credit toward fast-tracking the A.B. is eliminated.
First-Gen policies, Smith Center services, and more University news
Professor Jorge Domínguez is placed on administrative leave.
The Undergraduate chooses a concentration.
For Quinn Hoffman, baseball is the family business.
The basketball teams fall short of the NCAAs.
Late winter and early spring highlights
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
The portraits in Jack Lueders-Booth’s 40-year-old series feel even more vivid today.
How flutist Claire Chase signals a key change for Harvard’s music department
Stephen Greenblatt mines Shakespeare to interpret modern times.
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
A sprawling house museum celebrates decorative arts and the creative spirit of Henry Davis Sleeper.
Works by T.C. Cannon at the Peabody Essex Museum
Cycling the Neponset River Greenway