“Edifying and Beautiful”

Botanical illustrations on display at Harvard’s rare book library

by Jack R. Trapanick

Parks for Tomorrow

Bas Smets harnesses nature to cool cities.

by Max J. Krupnick

Vision and Justice

How photographs promote social justice

by Nina Pasquini

The DNA of World Literature

A new Norton Anthology, edited by Harvard’s Martin Puchner, reimagines the global literary tradition. 

by Nina Pasquini

It’s “Not the Earth that Needs Fixing”

Karenna Gore ’95 addresses Graduate School of Design.

by Nell Porter Brown

Artificial Intelligence in the Academy

Harvard symposium assesses the new technology.

by Jonathan Shaw

The Picture of Freedom

A Boston Athenaeum exhibit explores an abolitionist with Harvard ties.

by Lydialyle Gibson

A New Chapter for Harvard Arts

The Office for the Arts turns 50, and its longtime director steps down.

by Lydialyle Gibson

Historic Humor

University Archives to preserve Harvard Lampoon materials

by Nina Pasquini

Dinosaur Babies

A new exhibit featuring fossilized dinosaur eggs and nests from around the world.

by Nell Porter Brown

Harvard Square Meals—and Beyond

The cafés and restaurants of Harvard Square sure to impress for breakfast and lunch.

by Nell Porter Brown