Credit: Henning Larsen, Studio Gang, Utile, and Scape.
Bigger Allston ambitions, an admissions-lawsuit appeal, and a new center for cities
Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine.
Harvard leveraged construction of its new Science and Engineering Complex to remove harmful chemicals from building-materials supply chains.
Taking stock of a pandemic year, President Bacow sketches how Harvard might change—and where it will not.
From Tishman Speyer's Project Notification Form filing.
Tishman Speyer details the first phase of the “enterprise research campus”—and points to a doubling of the project’s ultimate size.
Reports on the pandemic spring semester, policing reform, Allston enlargement, and cell-manufacturing
Photograph by Steve Dunwell
A new center for engineering and applied sciences—finally
As SEAS moves to Allston, President Bacow highlights the University’s newest innovation hub.
Time to rethink the campus-development agenda?