Harvard College


Sasha

Sasha, the police dog of Harvard University.

by Nina Pasquini

Sasha

Sasha, the police dog of Harvard University.

by Nina Pasquini

Harvard College Admits Class of 2028

A smaller undergraduate applicant cohort—the first since Supreme Court ended affirmative action 

by John S. Rosenberg

The Interim President’s Agenda

Alan Garber on campus speech, academics, and his other Harvard priorities

by John S. Rosenberg

Inside Harvard’s Taylor Swift Class

An English course pairs the music with Willa Cather, William Wordsworth, and Dolly Parton.

by Nina Pasquini

Strategic Planning

A chess player’s moves on AI safety

by Nina Pasquini

Talking about Talking

Fostering healthy disagreement

by Max J. Krupnick

Harvard Previews Future Building Plans in Allston

Regulatory filing on the University’s next decade of construction expected this week

by Jonathan Shaw

Harvard Admits 8.7 Percent of Undergraduate Early Applicants

The College class of 2028 begins to form in a new admissions era.

by John S. Rosenberg

Is Pedagogy About Us?

Questioning the intellectual rigor of bringing identity into the classroom

by Isabella Cho

Harvard President Claudine Gay Testifies Before Congress

On antisemitism, “I have sought to confront hate while preserving free expression.”

by Max J. Krupnick