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Prince Charles with Francis H. Burr in 1986

Prince Charles with Francis H. Burr at the 350th

Photograph by Mike Quan

The Prince of Wales’s star turn at Harvard’s 350th anniversary gala, in 1986

9.14.22 | Harvardiana
Newmark with an elderly Ukrainian woman

Brooks Newmark ’80 with an elderly Ukrainian woman

Photograph courtesy of Brooks Newmark

Brooks Newmark ’80 evacuates women, children, and the elderly with his “Dunkirk-like fleet” of humanitarian buses.

9.13.22 | Alumni
Evan Osnos

Evan Osnos

Photograph by Lisa Abitbol

 A Harvard Magazine Q & A with Evan Osnos ’98, author of Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury

9.13.22 | Books
Harvard Grid logo

The Harvard Grid logo

The Grid will provide funding, mentoring, educational programming, and dedicated workspace to support startups from Harvard labs.


9.7.22 | News
William Tamplin in his Marine Corps dress blues uniform

Translator William Tamplin joined the Marine Corps earlier this year. 

Photograph courtesy of William Tamplin

William Tamplin, Ph.D. ’20,  on the lyricism and secrecy of an Arabic literary pioneer 

9.6.22 | Arts
Wisteria in Pebble Garden at Dumbarton Oaks

Wisteria in Pebble Garden at Dumbarton Oaks

Photograph courtesy of Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection

The art of conserving an historic garden at Dumbarton Oaks

9.2.22 | Museums and Collections
Lawrence S. Bacow

Lawrence S. Bacow

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JS


President Lawrence S. Bacow’s fall Morning Prayers address at Memorial Church

8.31.22 | News
Photograph of Freshman Convocation

At Freshman Convocation, the class of 2026 banner is unfurled for the first time.

Photograph by Lydialyle Gibson/Harvard Magazine

Speakers’ remarks reflect the urgencies of a turbulent time.

8.30.22 | Harvard College
Photograph of the 2022 Frederick Douglass Fellows together with Nettie Washington Douglass and James Pellow.

The 2022 Douglass Fellows stand with Council on International Educational Exchange president and CEO James Pellow (front row, left of center), Nettie Washington Douglass (front row, right of center), and officials from Howard University, where the photograph was taken.

Photograph courtesy of Ryan Doan-Nguyen

During a summer fellowship, student-activists learn from the abolitionist’s legacy.

8.30.22 |
Photograph of the Crimson Goes Blue recruitment team

Crimson Goes Blue’s recruitment team - members of the classes of ‘84 and ‘85

Photograph courtesy of Janet Singer

Alumni get involved in politics.

8.29.22 | Alumni