University People

The Missing Middle

How overheated political attention warps campus life

by Aden Barton

“The Ingenuity of an Architect”

Kimberly Dowdell influences her profession—and the built environment.

by Nell Porter-Brown

Harvard Fencers at the 2024 Paris Olympics

Eight Olympics-bound Harvard fencers

by Max J. Krupnick

The Case for Indeterminacy

The purpose of the humanities, at Harvard and in the world

by Isabella Cho

American Solidarity

Cardinal Robert W. McElroy on how the Catholic Church has moved towards inclusivity.

by Nell Porter-Brown

Poise, in Spite of Everything

Nina Skov Jensen ’25, portraitist for collectors and the princess of Denmark. 

by Lydialyle Gibson

AWOL from Academics

Behind students' increasing pull toward extracurriculars

by Aden Barton

At 75, Murray Dewart Reflects on His Career as a Sculptor

Thinking about what it means to be an artist through the years

by Isabel Mehta

Leading with Care

Michael Hill strikes the right balance.

by Max J. Krupnick

Strategic Planning

A chess player’s moves on AI safety

by Nina Pasquini

Greg Stone, An Emerging Novelist at 70

Late-life inspiration leads to pulpy noir novel

by Lydialyle Gibson