Frank Hu confronts the triple threats of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change.
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Harvard political scientist Pippa Norris chronicles the rise of populist authoritarians in Western democracies.
Photograph by Ullstein bild Dtl./Contributor/Getty Images
Brief life of a myth-making writer: 1842-1912
Vincent Brown writes war, empire, and slaves’ agency into the history of Atlantic slavery.
Illustration by Darrel Rees
Researchers studying 95 million Medicare records find new fine-particle impacts in the blood, gut, skin, kidneys, and other organs.
Illustration by Michal Steich
Index funds cast a large proportion of proxy votes in U.S. companies, but take a hands-off approach with management.
Illustration by Phil Foster
The right to rule depends not only on the way power is gained, but how it is wielded.
A common plasticizer causes infertility, and fructose affects fat metabolism.
Photograph by Norman Eggert/Alamy Stock Photo
Delving into the world of Emily Dickinson
Courtesy of the Bruce Museum
Images that help unveil the truth of what we can see
Photograph courtesy of Atwood’s Tavern
Boosting bluegrass in Cambridge
The many saves of a six-foot goalie
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
A Harvard Law School initiative calls for a revitalized labor law “to shift power from corporations to workers.”
A brief look at a Harvard Law School professor's long journey
Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Literature professor Elisa New spearheads an online poetry course for talented students in underserved high schools.
Undergraduates contribute to a new book on grass-roots organizing at the center of American politics.
A professor arrested, gift-giving guidelines, and an update on the graduate-student union
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
The Law School launches a “Shield Working Group,” Allston update, keeping tabs on “fake news,” and more
Illustration by Bodil Jane/Folio Art
The Undergraduate writes about the Harvard Women’s Center.
Harvard’s Zamboni operators’ quest for the perfect sheet of ice
Photograph by Jeremy Daniel
Playwright Antoinette Nwandu confronts race, religion, and her personal history.
Photograph by Fox Photos/Stringer/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
An addiction to reading
Photograph by Ezra Stoller 1940/ ©2020 Alan I. W. Frank ‘54
Recent books with Harvard connections
Photograph by Stu Rosner
Avocational bassist Matthew Berlin
Photograph courtesy of the New York Immigration Coalition
Steven Choi, J.D. ’04, works—and fights—at the vitriolic epicenter of immigration politics.
Guidelines for this year’s May gala
The HAA recognizes those who bolster Harvard clubs and SIGs.