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A red brick sunken pit in a plaza.

The Pit

Photograph by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

News

Reconstruction of a local landmark begins soon.

6.30.22

Four seniors win scholarships to Cambridge University.

July-August 2022

Illustration of students choosing different paths through college

Illustration by Gwen Keraval

Why (and how) to help undergraduates make the most of their extracurriculars

July-August 2022

Ibrahim Barry with a basketball on a court

After feeling down during the early months of the pandemic, high schooler Ibrahim Barry found inspiration and support from his family.

Photograph by Stu Rosner

Addressing the complexities of children’s mental health

July-August 2022

After much debate, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences votes to replace shopping week with previous-term registration.

July-August 2022

Retiring executive vice president Katie Lapp

Katie Lapp

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The EVP retires, new Overseers leaders, Stanford’s sustainability school, and more

July-August 2022

President Bacow and Senior Fellow Lee on Harvard today

July-August 2022

Plaque memorializing slaves, placed on Wadsworth House in 2016

This plaque, placed on Wadsworth House in 2016, began Harvard’s public recognition of its legacy of slavery. A report issued in April significantly deepens and broadens that understanding.

Photograph by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

A long-awaited, unsparing picture 

July-August 2022