Photograph by Adam Glanzman
Sociologist Roberto Gonzales on the predicament of undocumented young people
Photograph by Agis/Alamy Stock Photo
Brief life of a multifaceted poet: c. 310 B.C.E. - c. 240 B.C.E.
Photograph by Ron Sachs/CNP/Getty Images
On restoring American leadership through diplomacy
Illustration by Wesley Merritt
A professor’s interstellar reach
Illustration by Paul Boston
Researchers hope to tease out the effects of breeding and training on dog brain structure.
Illustration by Gary Neill
If the press is essential to democracy, what can be done to save news organizations?
Illustration by John Holcroft
A serological test may reveal the COVID-19 virus’s weaknesses—and expose its strategic decoys.
Photograph courtesy of Mass Audubon/Kelly Moffett
Getting away and outside safely this summer
Photograph by Georgia P. Zumwalt/Alamy Stock Photo
Strict lines in the sand
Photograph by Jon Hetman/Courtesy of the Arnold Arboretum
Summertime at the Arnold Arboretum
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Harvard’s oldest building at 300
Screenshot by Harvard Magazine
Details of the virtual degree-conferral ceremonies
Photograph courtesy of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
The when and how of vaccines
Photograph by Wess Gray/Courtesy of Melissa Dell
“In the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, people in academic institutions like Harvard predominantly studied the U.S. and Europe,” says the development economist.
The factors influencing the fall semester—and beyond
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
The University adopts a new goal for managing the endowment.
Photograph courtesy of Jessica Lim
Leadership changes, new sexual-misconduct rules, and more
The general counsel’s report recommended—and prompted—action.
Illustration by Nicolas Ogonosky
The Undergraduate faces up to a postgraduate life without handrails.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Diver Georgina Milne pictures a post-pandemic return.
Photograph by Monique Carboni
Playwright Katori Hall on the joy—and trauma—of black life
Photograph by iStock
Marjorie Garber explores the word’s complexity and history.
Photograph by Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images
Problematic features of the Electoral College
Photograph by Hans Canosa
A prescient novelist is hopeful that “after great change, amazing things can happen.”
Headed to the other Cambridge
Photographs from left: HPAC, George Ellmore, and HPAC
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