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Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s bifocal view of the civil-rights movement
Image by Ivan Vdovin/Alamy Stock Photo
Brief life of a leader of the Greek Enlightenment: 1748-1833
Photograph of Charles Duhigg by Glenn Matsumura
Charles Duhigg unpacks how individuals and organizations work at war, on Wall Street, and in Silicon Valley
Photograph by Maundy Mitchell
Donald Hall, chronicler of life
Illustration by Blair Kelly
High savings rates among the wealthiest U.S. earners may represent a macroeconomic risk
Illustration by Eva Vazquez
Inequities threaten the long-term health of cities
Illustration by Stuart Kinlough/ Lemonade Illustration Agency
The hormone irisin, promising as a therapeutic against Alzheimer’s and dementia, is responsible for the cognitive benefits of exercise.
Photograph courtesy of the Armenian Museum of America
A museum reflects an ancient civilization and the modern global diaspora.
Photograph by Awa Mally/courtesy of Walker Art Center
Candice Lin’s otherworldly refuge
Photograph by Nathan Klima
The Crimson’s final win should have clinched an Ivy championship.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Williams feels at home researching underexplored subjects.
Robust financial results despite the pandemic, and historic endowment returns
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Better results than expected during the pandemic, and a sweeping effort to plan for academic improvements
Illustration by Mark Steele
Headlines from Harvard’s history
Legacies challenged, campus sustainability, affirmative-action litigation, and honored scientists
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No more Harvard Teacher Fellows, universities and slavery, and more
Illustration by Olivia Holden
Food has always been a contentious topic among undergraduates.
Portrait by Michele Panzeri
Textile artist Celia Pym knits meaning into mended clothes.
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Steven Pinker on rationality
Elizabeth Samet, of West Point, reinterprets the American understanding of World War II.
Photograph by Kevin Leighton
The ingenious, intuitive film scores of Carter Burwell ’77
Photograph courtesy of Rudy Ruiz
Author Rudy Ruiz carries on his Mexican-American family’s storytelling tradition.
Photograph by Atephanie Nitchel/HPAC
Recent books with Harvard connections
Illustration by Robert Neubecker
Liberals must learn from conservatives how to interpret the Constitution in all its dimensions.