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ExxonMobil scientists' projections of global warming were at least as good as those of government and academic scientists in the period from 1977 to 2003.

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; photographs by Unsplash

What fossil fuel interests knew about climate change, and when

1.12.23 | News
Silhouette of a human body comprised of food groups: fruit, nuts, legumes, vegetables, whole grains

Graphic depicting the food groups these diets share

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images of food by Unsplash

New study suggests four dietary patterns support healthy aging.

1.9.23 |
Memorial Church in Harvard Yard

Memorial Church in Harvard Yard

Photograph by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

The class of 2027 begins to take shape.

12.15.22 |
Portrait of Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Portrait in the public domain

Edwin Bancroft Henderson and the history behind the Harvard-Howard game

12.15.22 | Sports
Claudine Gay

President-elect Claudine Gay

Credit Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Claudine Gay, dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, to succeed Lawrence S. Bacow

12.15.22 | News
Frank Doyle

Frank Doyle

Photograph by Eliza Grinnell/SEAS Communications

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences leader to become provost to Brown

12.15.22 | News
A stack of positive COVID tests in the foreground with 2020-2022 calendars in the background

Repeat COVID infections raise the risk of severe complications.

Photomontage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; test image by Unsplash

Emerging evidence on severe complications

12.15.22 | COVID-19
A view of the conference from Western Avenue.

The "treehouse" conference center as seen from Western Avenue in Allston.

Rendering courtesy of Studio Gang

Unveiling a new conference center

12.14.22 | Allston Campus
A paper ripped down the middle: on left, a college graduate looks over their shoulder; on right, an employer with a briefcase walks in the opposite direction

Study quantifies the disconnect between community college educators and employers 

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by Unsplash

Educators and employers aren't collaborating well—and what to do about it

12.12.22 |
Image of the magazine website, mobile version, and cover

  

The publisher and editor on changes in the magazine’s design—and its evolving service to readers in its 125th anniversary year

12.8.22 |