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Matthew Potts portrait over photograph of Memorial Church in the background

Matthew Potts, Memorial Church’s new leader

Photograph of Michael Potts by Evgenia Eliseeva; Photograph of Memorial Church courtesy of Wikimedia/Crimson400

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A successor leader of the Memorial Church

5.7.21

Matthew Potts portrait over photograph of Memorial Church in the background

Matthew Potts, Memorial Church’s new leader

Photograph of Michael Potts by Evgenia Eliseeva; Photograph of Memorial Church courtesy of Wikimedia/Crimson400

A successor leader of the Memorial Church

5.7.21

Photograph of Radcliffe Institute’s Byerly Hall, where fellows meet

Byerly Hall, where the Radcliffe Institute fellows will be able to convene again once fall semester arrives

Photograph courtesy of Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

Dean Brown-Nagin emphasizes fellows who will “reckon with this moment and its meaning.”

5.5.21

Harvard University shield

President Bacow releases directive to the community.

5.5.21

University Hall

University Hall, home to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences offices, where faculty meetings are held

Photograph by Bostonian13/Wikipedia.

 

Honors teaching excellence, and the memory of Nathan Glazer, in last regular meeting of the academic year

5.4.21

Photograph portrait of Jeremy Lin

Jeremy Lin

Photograph courtesy of Harvard University.

The former NBA star headlines the undergraduates’ virtual celebration May 26.

5.3.21

Reduced expenses offset declines in revenue for FY 2021, helping Harvard avoid the layoffs that have eliminated one in eight jobs within higher education.

4.27.21

A photograph of the exterior of 60 Oxford Street, which will become a hub for quantum science and engineering at Harvard

After renovation, 60 Oxford Street will become the hub for quantum science and engineering at Harvard.

Photograph by Kristina DeMichele/Harvard Magazine. 

Renovation of 60 Oxford Street will create a quantum hub where theorists and engineers work side by side.

4.26.21

Photograph of the world's first net-zero Victorian passive house

The world's first Victorian passive house, at 60 Stearns Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Photograph by Kristina DeMichele/Harvard Magazine

HBS alumna Betsy Harper develops the first net-zero-energy, Victorian “passive house” in the world.

 

4.21.21