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Film poster for DASH, showing the driver in front of his car on Hollywood Boulevard

The film poster for DASH

Photograph courtesy of Spam Pictures

Actor and producer Alex Molina on filming a feature-length thriller in a single take

4.8.22 | News
Carrie Moore on the sideline of a basketball game.

As an assistant coach at the University of Michigan, Moore helped lead the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight.

Photograph by Michigan Athletics/courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications


She succeeds Kathy Delaney-Smith, who led the Crimson for 40 seasons.

4.5.22 | Sports
black semi automatic pistol on gray surface

A new study of gun injuries quantifies the impacts on survivors—and their families.

Photograph by Unsplash

The impacts on survivors and their families.

4.4.22 | Research
Tracy Palandjian outside of Loeb House

Tracy Palandjian ’93, M.B.A. ’97, new Corporation member, shown outside Loeb House, where the governing boards meet

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard University 

Succeeds retiring member William F. Lee

4.4.22 | News
Illustration of a clock in motion over a map of the United States

Pushing the clock permanently forward would conflict with our bodies' internal timekeeping. 

Art by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; map of the United States by Unsplash

Harvard scientists warn against the health effects of abolishing standard time. 

4.1.22 | News
An open gate with the Harvard shield

Harvard College’s acceptance rate drops as applications rise. 

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Daderot

Applicants notified as pandemic wanes

3.31.22 | News
SZNZ: Spring album cover

SZNZ: Spring album cover


First of four seasonally inspired EPs make Shakespeare and Vivaldi rock

3.31.22 |
Chef Michael Twitty and Tomiko Brown-Nagin

Chef and historian Michael Twitty spoke with Radcliffe Institute dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin about the culinary legacies of enslavement.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

At the Radcliffe Institute, chef Michael Twitty traces the food legacy of enslavement.

3.25.22 | News
Kira Mengistu in jeans and white shirt, Kira Mengistu in doctor's PPE

Kira Mengitsu balances being a Bachelor contestant and a doctor

Photographs courtesy of Kira Mengistu

Kira Mengistu looks for love on reality television.

3.23.22 |
Merrick Garland

U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland returns to campus to address the graduates of the classes of 2020 and 2021.

Photograph in the public domain

The U.S. Attorney General returns to Harvard.

3.21.22 | Commencement