The class of 2023 displays its class year banner for the first time.
Photograph by Nina Pasquini
First-year Convocation for the class of 2023
Photograph by Jim Harrison
College admissions stalwart Dwight Miller retires.
The author and fellow activists at a Divest Harvard rally this past April: (from left) Caleb Schwartz ’20, Flores-Jones, Anand Bradley ’19, Owen Torrey ’21, Eva Rosenfeld ’21, and Sophia Higgins ’21
Photograph by Lydia Carmichael Rosenberg/Harvard Magazine
An activist on activism, in college and after
Julie Chung and Drew Pendergrass
Photograph by Stu Rosner
The Ledecky Fellows provide an undergraduate perspective on life at Harvard.
Liedel (at left), representing Germany in Spain’s 2019 La Manga Tournament, competes for the ball with a Danish rival.
Photograph by Quality Sports Images/Getty Images
Linda Liedel ’21 always knew how good she could be.
In “Taking Time Off When I’m Most Inspired,” Fish explains the benefits of rest to his nearly 600,000 followers.
Courtesy of John Fish
On YouTube, watch John Fish grow.
A screenshot from Curricle, a new tool for exploring the curriculum. The word “curricle” refers to light, open, two-wheeled horse-pulled carriages popular during the nineteenth century. Schnapp chose the name because the word “curricle”—like the English word “curriculum”—derives from the Latin “curriculum,” meaning “race,” “running,” or “chariot.” “Curricle” as a platform name thus invokes the metaphor of the curriculum as an academic vehicle and journey.
Researchers with metaLAB (at) Harvard will test a new course exploration tool that presents the curriculum as a rich network of connections.
Illustration by Matt Chinworth
The Undergraduate takes a chance with film.