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Conceptual illustration of neural networks in the human brain.

Conceptual illustration of neural networks in the human brain.

Art by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by Unsplash  

Research

Harvard researchers uncover powerful association between EBV and MS, raising hopes for prevention or a cure. 

1.13.22

Conceptual illustration of neural networks in the human brain.

Conceptual illustration of neural networks in the human brain.

Art by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by Unsplash  

Harvard researchers uncover powerful association between EBV and MS, raising hopes for prevention or a cure. 

1.13.22

Stephen Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim, Omicron, and the Power of Theater

12.8.21

Illustration showing U.S. flag pulled different directions by an oligarch and ordinary citizens

Illustration by Robert Neubecker

Liberals must learn from conservatives how to interpret the Constitution in all its dimensions.

January-February 2022

Photo of anti-vaccination protest, Los Angeles, October 12, 2021

October 12, 2021: protesting the Los Angeles Unified School District’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate

Hans Gutknecht/MediaNews Group/Los Angeles Daily News via Getty Images

Steven Pinker on rationality

January-February 2022

Portrait of Donald Hall 2014

Donald Hall in 2014

Photograph by Maundy Mitchell

Donald Hall, chronicler of life

January-February 2022

Charles Duhigg at home.

Photograph of Charles Duhigg by Glenn Matsumura 

Charles Duhigg unpacks how individuals and organizations work at war, on Wall Street, and in Silicon Valley

January-February 2022

Portrait of Adamantios Korais on a 100 drachmas banknote, 1978

Portrait of Adamantios Korais, classicist and supporter of political liberalism, on a 100 drachmas banknote, 1978

Image by Ivan Vdovin/Alamy Stock Photo

Brief life of a leader of the Greek Enlightenment: 1748-1833

January-February 2022

Photo of Bloody Sunday during voting rights march, Selma, Alabama

From the inconic Selma-Montgomery voting-rights marches, 1965: Bloody Sunday, as state police attack marchers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge, beating John Lewis, LL.D. ’12 (on ground)

Photograph by Bettmann/Contributor/Getty Images

Tomiko Brown-Nagin’s bifocal view of the civil-rights movement

January-February 2022