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In admissions lawsuit, a test for affirmative action at Harvard and in higher education

6.21.18 | News

Raj Chetty

Photograph courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Chetty is a global leader in research on inequality and social mobility.

6.21.18 | News

A FOP group looks out over a lake in New Hampshire, August 2015.

Photograph courtesy of FOP

Kenton Shimozaki ’19 reflects on lessons learned at Harvard’s First-Year Outdoor Program. 

6.20.18 | Students

Martha Minow

Photograph by Ken Richardson

Former Law School dean receives Harvard’s highest academic appointment.

6.19.18 | News

The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid 

Photograph by Lydia Carmichael/Harvard Magazine

Motions for summary judgment outline plaintiff’s allegation of discrimination, and Harvard’s defense of its admissions program. 

6.15.18 | News

Harvard Athletics overhauls coaches’ compensation. 

6.14.18 | Sports

Soyoung Lee

Photograph by Audrey Kotkin

Korean art expert Soyoung Lee will join the museums in September.

6.14.18 | Arts

A student protest during the 1968 Commencement

Courtesy of The Boston Globe via Getty Images

A senior thesis, and a new film, on the “historic generational shift” of which the class of 1968 was a part.

6.7.18 | News

A view of Massachusetts Hall, covered in scaffolding, from the east

Photograph by Lydia Carmichael/Harvard Magazine

Presidents Faust, Bacow relocated as the renovations proceed

6.6.18 | News

Illustration by Blair Kelly

Harvard researchers revisit and reaffirm a controversial environmental study.

6.5.18 | Research