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One “beautiful” encounter set Michael Stanley on his own humane path to neurology and writing.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Alumni

Michael Stanley and the covenant of medicine

12.7.21

Dan Barouch

Dan Barouch

Photograph courtesy of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Dan Barouch awarded $24.5 million for HIV research, Marc Lipsitch named to national center for public health forecasting

8.20.21

Photograph of Ekpar Asat and Rayhan Asat.

Rayhan Asat with her brother Ekpar

Photograph courtesy of Rayhan Asat

Rayhan Asat is speaking out against the imprisonment of her brother Ekpar, drawing attention to the plight of Uighurs in China.

8.12.21

Views of orchards and iconic red bar at Lookout farm

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A day at Lookout Farm offers scenic views of barns and orchards 

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A pandemic-era restaurant-plus-farm thrives in Natick, Massachusetts

September-October 2021

Photographic portrait of James Agee

James Agee

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard University Archives

Bow and Arrow’s mechanic, James Agee’s creative turbulence

September-October 2021

photograph of new HAA president Vanessa Liu

Vanessa Liu

Photograph by Kevin Abosch

HAA president Vanessa Liu on harnessing power “for the greater good.”

September-October 2021

Sam Sifton in his Brooklyn kitchen

Sam Sifton in his Brookyn kitchen

Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer

The joys of cooking with The New York Times's Sam Sifton 

September-October 2021

Composite illustration of African American poets Phillis Wheatley, Melvin B. Tolson, Dudley Randall, Gwendolyn Brooks, Yusef Komunyakaa, Paul Laurence Dunbar

Left to right: Phillis Wheatley, Melvin B. Tolson, Dudley Randall, Gwendolyn Brooks, Yusef Komunyakaa, Paul Laurence Dunbar. In the background: On Virtue, written in 1766 by Phillis Wheatley

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes

Kevin Young’s anthology of African American poetry, from Phillis Wheatley to hip hop

September-October 2021

Mark Saltveit writes "Wow" on a piece of glass

World champion palindromist Mark Saltveit and one of the simplest palindromes in the English language

Photograph by Caleb Kenna

Mark Saltveit and the art of the palindrome

September-October 2021