Illustration by Daniel Baxter
Students, faculty, and staff adjust to a changed landscape.
Photograph by Stu Rosner
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat’s journey through American decadence and upheaval
Portrait courtesy of the National Library of the Philippines /Wikipedia/Public Domain
Brief life of a Philippine patriot: 1898-1992
Coming to terms with climate change’s relentless, long-term fallout
Illustration by Mike Austin
Economic analysis of U.S. government spending shows that some social programs more than pay for themselves.
Illustration by Barbara Dekeyser
Dementia is decreasing in Europe and North America. Why not the rest of the world?
Illustration by Mark Allen Miller
A portable, simple testing technology promises accurate breast-cancer diagnosis and treatment in low- and middle-income countries.
Photograph by Lovely Valentine Photography/Courtesy of Hammond Castle
Gothic surroundings, spiritualism, and science: Hammond Castle Museum’s eclectic appeal
Claude Monet/Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts
Winter exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts
Photograph by Yerevanci/Wikipedia/Creative Commons
Scavenger-hunting in historic Boston
Photograph courtesy of The Glass House
Holiday gifts that support the arts
Photograph by Rachel Manzier/Metter Media/Courtesy of Craigie on Main
Independent restaurants struggle in the pandemic.
Photograph courtesy of The Andover Shop
Harvard Square venues offer warmth, cheer, and appetizing fare.
Photograph by Kristina DeMichele/Harvard Magazine
A semester conducted in the shadow of the coronavirus
Photograph by Steph Stevens
How apocalyptic narratives help make sense of the modern world
The First Circuit Court of Appeals will rule on a much-watched lawsuit that could determine the future of affirmative action.
The endowment increases to $41.9 billion, and Harvard Management Company reports a 7.3 percent return on investments.
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
Photograph by Kayana Szymczak
Racial justice efforts, “Lowell?” House, and more
A consequential change in the composition of and elections for the Board of Overseers
Volunteer transcribers help make Harvard library documents accessible.
Illustration by Amelia Flower/Folio Art
The Undergraduate considers friendships on and away from campus.
Photograph by Kris Snibbe/HPAC
The healing of Master Yon Lee
Photograph by and courtesy of Mark Erickson
Photographer Mark Erickson on the Vietnam he never knew
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Poet-critic Dan Chiasson and The Math Campers
Yitzchak Lichtenstein/From the book
Miriam Udel’s passion for children and Yiddish children’s literature
Photograph courtesy of Martin Puchner
A German American scholar is unsettled by an ancestor’s secret.
Photograph by T.J. Kirkpatrick
Louisa Thomas takes a different view.
Seniors who’ve enhanced Harvard House life
The College Admissions Office’s 2020 Miller-Hunn Award winners