Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC
Rachel Gable’s research on helping first-generation and low-income students succeed at elite colleges
Illustration by James Steinberg
How faith shapes economic and social policy
John F. Kennedy as an undergraduate, circa 1939, had well-formed views on the advent of World War II.
Photograph courtesy of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
An unusual senior thesis
A giant cuttlefish, Sepia apama, at Cabbage Tree Bay, Australia: among Peter Godfrey-Smith’s subjects
Photograph by Peter Godfrey-Smith
Recent books with Harvard connections
As dean, the perfectionist Ezra Thayer, shown circa 1910, found the school’s dire finances overwhelming.
The making of the modern Harvard Law School
Roberts pauses during a visit to the Watertown Riverfront Park Braille Trail, not far from his home.
Photograph by Martha Stewart
David Roberts: A lifetime of adventures, risks, and rewards
New York, by Robert Frank, negative 1955-56
Courtesy of the Addison Gallery of American Art
“Robert Frank: The Americans,” at the Addison Gallery of American Art
Cover of Fevers, Feuds and Diamonds by Paul Farmer and Photograph of Paul Farmer
Photograph of Paul Farmer by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communication
The 2014 epidemic was rooted in centuries of exploitation and war, Paul Farmer argues.