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Head shots of smiling Aloian Scholars

Fariba Mahmud and Courtney Rabb

Photographs courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Students

Enriching life at the Houses 

10.6.21

Head shots of smiling Aloian Scholars

Fariba Mahmud and Courtney Rabb

Photographs courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Enriching life at the Houses 

November-December 2021

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Illustration by Angelo Dolojan

The Undergraduate returns to student life, altered by the pandemic and a year spent apart. 

November-December 2021

Students gather on the grass in Harvard yard

Harvard Yard  

Photograph by Meena Venkataramanan

A recent graduate visits Harvard during a semi-normal semester

9.13.21

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(1 of 2) In mice, a lab-evolved vector for delivering a gene therapy (MyoAAV, indicated by the presence of green fluorescent protein) selectively targets muscle (depicted whole, top, and in cross-section, above right) dramatically better than commonly used, naturally-occurring viral vectors (above left and center). 

Image courtesy of the Pardis Sabeti Lab and Cell/DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2021.08.028

A uniquely interdisciplinary lab has developed a new technique to deliver targeted gene therapies.

9.9.21

Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana and Harvard Alumni Association president Vanessa Liu ’96, J.D ’03 unfurl the class of 2025 banner

Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana and Harvard Alumni Association president Vanessa Liu ’96, J.D ’03, unfurl the class of 2025 banner

Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine

President Bacow and Harvard College Dean Khurana welcome the Class of 2025 and, for the first time in-person, the Class of 2024.

8.31.21

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Square bustling, again, with visitors

Photograph by Jim Harrsion

What’s new—and unchanged—in the historic heart of Cambridge

September-October 2021

“/Gaishay focusing the camera,” a photograph taken during a 1957-58 ethnographic expedition in Namibia, shows three indigenous boys, one standing behind a camera on a tripod

“/Gaishay focusing the camera,” a photograph taken during a 1957-58 ethnographic expedition in Namibia.

Photograph is a gift of Laurence K. Marshall and Lorna J. Marshall © President and Fellows of Harvard College, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, PM2001.29.15489

Seeking mentorship as a student of color, and finding a calling in the arts

September-October 2021

Four win scholarships for study in England.

July-August 2021