Illustration by Serge Bloch
A biological anthropologist explains why and how exercise works to combat senescence.
Photograph by Jacquelyn Martin/Associated Press
Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman’s constitutionalism is a branch of the humanities.
Photograph by FPG/Archive Photos/Getty Images
Brief life of an intersectional activist: 1915-1964
Illustration by Mark Steele
The “yeasty” times” when computer research grew at Harvard
Illustration by Tom Jellet
A holistic approach to food safety and food law
Illustration by Blair Kelly
In his freshman seminar, Cumrun Vafa uses puzzles to help students understand complex physics.
Photograph courtesy of Christina Warinner
Ancient dental plaque points to the historical significance of dairy culture on the Eurasian Steppe.
Photograph courtesy of Essex River Cruises Inc.
Exploring the coastal wonders of Essex, Massachusetts
Photograph TrailLink user mybikeymio2, courtesy Rails-to-Trails Conservancy
Swim, walk, and picnic along cycling routes
The Book Festival attracts book lovers from across Greater Boston
Photograph by Gaia DeSimoni/Courtesy of the Boston Book Festival
A literary festival for children and adults
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Campus constraints amid the coronavirus pandemic
Photograph by Anna Olivella
A brief look at what animals’ sense of smell reveals about the brain
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
Honored professors, new House heads, and more
A gift policy, and peer institutions’ new climate schools
Photograph by Sam Crowfoot
New diversity and inclusion officer, new University Professor, and more
Photograph by Jon Chase/HPAC
David L. Evans made a difference for 50 years.
Illustration by Martin Haake
The Undergraduate reassesses the rhythms of the natural world.
Photographs courtesy of Che Applewhaite and Meena Venkataramanan
The 2020-2021 Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows
Photograph by Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press
Football-tested and data-centric, Andrew Berry takes the helm in Cleveland.
Photograph courtesy of Adriana Colón
Adriana Colón forges aural connections.
Photograph by Rattankun Thongbun/iStock
Derek Bok on curriculum reform
Photograph T. Smith
Ian K. Smith’s turn toward detective fiction
A correspondence corner for not-so-famous lost words
Photograph by Elena Seibert
Megha Majumdar’s novel of India resonates in the United States.
Illustration by Barbara Dekeyser
Michael Sandel makes the case against meritocracy.
Photograph in the public domain
Recent books with Harvard connections
Photograph by Jason Hornick/Courtesy of Bharat Ramamurti
Bharat Ramamurti ’03 oversees CARES Act spending—and pursues corporate reform.
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
HAA president John West promotes interconnections within the University.