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From left, top to bottom: Cigall Kadoch, Shingo Kajimura, Emily Balskus, Flaminia Catteruccia, Sun Hur

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Photograph of Flaminia Catteruccia courtesy Wikimedia Commons/ Harvard SPH. 

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The designation comes with $9 million in research support

9.23.21

Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana and Harvard Alumni Association president Vanessa Liu ’96, J.D ’03 unfurl the class of 2025 banner

Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana and Harvard Alumni Association president Vanessa Liu ’96, J.D ’03, unfurl the class of 2025 banner

Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine

President Bacow and Harvard College Dean Khurana welcome the Class of 2025 and, for the first time in-person, the Class of 2024.

8.31.21

Alice Hill at podium speaking

Alice Hill

Photograph by Jim Harrison

The Harvard Alumni Association acknowledges links with Native people.

8.31.21

Freshman Gavin Lindsey moves into Harvard yard with his family.

Gavin Lindsey ’25 moves into Harvard yard with his family.

Photograph by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Arriving students animate Harvard Yard

8.25.21

New Harvard Law School shield

The new Harvard Law School shield. 

Moving beyond a symbol associated with slaveholding

8.23.21

Dan Barouch

Dan Barouch

Photograph courtesy of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Dan Barouch awarded $24.5 million for HIV research, Marc Lipsitch named to national center for public health forecasting

8.20.21

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Square bustling, again, with visitors

Photograph by Jim Harrsion

What’s new—and unchanged—in the historic heart of Cambridge

September-October 2021

photograph of new HAA president Vanessa Liu

Vanessa Liu

Photograph by Kevin Abosch

HAA president Vanessa Liu on harnessing power “for the greater good.”

September-October 2021

An illustration showing a professor held back by ivy vines, representing traditional and reluctance to change

Illustration by Dave Cutler

Considering fundamental change in the wake of the pandemic

September-October 2021