Photograph by Jim Harrison
Sandra Susan Smith studies work and incarceration in an unequal, atomized America.
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Brief life of a master storyteller
Photograph by Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images
Chris Wallace has “the toughest job of any television journalist.”
Illustration by Robert Neubecker
Active citizens are humanists.
Petitioning campaigns are a vital complement to democratic voting.
Illustration by Dan Page
Ellen Langer rejects binary thinking, embracing instead a “third way.”
Photograph courtesy of Vikram Patel
Around the globe, Vikram Patel finds, improvements in financial or mental health support both.
Photograph by Tom Croke/Alamy stock photo
The renewed community life of a grand Cape Cod estate
Image courtesy of Alexander Gassel and the Museum of Russian Icons
A blend of Russian Orthodox iconography and mythical motifs
Courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum/Milo Stewart Jr. B-50-83
The Worcester Art Museum spotlights baseball garb.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Renovation and consolidation at a Harvard Square institution
Photograph by Rose Lincoln/HPAC
Harvard Graduate School of Education introduces core courses and a restructured professional curriculum.
Photograph courtesy of Braxton Shelley
A gospel scholar shapes music theory.
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
Courtesy of Prairie View A&M
The spring semester, coronavirus KO’s in-person Commencement, and fall prospects
A withering investigation of sexual harassment
Harvard Management Company issues its first “Climate Report,” and an update on divestment advocacy, and other institutions’ progress
Credit: Henning Larsen, Studio Gang, Utile, and Scape.
Bigger Allston ambitions, an admissions-lawsuit appeal, and a new center for cities
Photograph by Peter Vanderwarker
Less construction in prospect, quantum science and engineering, and more
Photograph courtesy of Che R. Applewhaite
The Undergraduate learns about making knowledge mutual.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Andrew Rueb’s experience on the professional tennis circuit informs his coaching.
Photograph by Pierce Harman
Scott Albert Johnson finds his path.
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Annette Gordon-Reed on the real history of Texas, and Juneteenth
Photograph by David Levenson/Getty Images
Marilyn Booth translates Arabic literature for Anglophone readers.
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Recent books with Harvard connections
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From a huge new book on the history of information, an excerpt on the role of secretaries
Photograph courtesy of Maggie Shipstead
Maggie Shipstead’s time-spanning, globe-circling new novel
Photograph courtesy of Andrew Knoll
Andrew Knoll on the planet’s past—and fraught future
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words