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Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli and Mezuo O. Nwuneli
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At Harvard Business School’s virtual class day, a call for a new Marshall Plan

5.28.20 | Commencement
Muhammad Ali Pate

Muhammad Ali Pate
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Entering an era when “public health is everywhere”

5.28.20 | Commencement

Bryan Stevenson
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At Harvard Law School, Bryan Stevenson on getting proximate to the powerless

5.28.20 | Commencement

Conan O'Brien
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Conan O'Brien ’85 speaks to the Class of 2020

5.28.20 | Commencement
Photo of an empty Tercentenary Theatre

It’s not Commencement during the social-distancing, coronavirus era. Tercentenary Theatre, minus 32,000 graduates-to-be and celebrants, Thursday morning, May 28, the scheduled date for the 369th Harvard Commencement.
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During the pandemic, a downsized, online degree-conferral—and stern words about the war on free expression and Veritas

5.28.20 | Commencement

Ceridwen Dovey
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How Harvard reunions are cast in Ceridwen Dovey’s Life After Truth

5.27.20 | Alumni
Stephen Cook, Albert Fishlow, Margaret Kivelson, and Helen Vendler

Clockwise from top left: Stephen Cook, Albert Fishlow, Helen Vendler, and Margaret Kivelson. 
Photographs courtesy of Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences honors four alumni whose contributions to society emerged from their study at Harvard.

5.27.20 | Commencement

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(1 of 5) Untitled, Toni Morrison, 2006 by Robert McCurdy

© Robert McCurdy/National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; Gift of Ian M. and Annette P. Cumming


Alumnus-commissioned paintings of global luminaries are now a landmark gift to the National Portrait Gallery.

5.27.20 | Museums and Collections

An acute casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic


5.26.20 | News
At Home with Harvard: Harvard History through a New Lens

Accepted histories can always be reexamined in a new light, and this is just as true of Harvard’s history.

5.22.20 | At Home with Harvard