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Court document in the foreground with UNC Chapel Hill bell tower in the background

Morehead-Patterson Bell Tower, and the opinion in the SFFA case 

Photograph of UNC by Unsplash, collage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

News

The anti-affirmative action group continues to seek Supreme Court review of Harvard policies.

10.21.21

Newly elected members include a dozen Harvard faculty affiliates.

 

10.20.21

Headshots from left to right of Brittany White, Andrew Manuel Crespo, and Premal Dharia

From left: Brittany White, Andrew Manuel Crespo, and Premal Dharia

From left: photograph by courtesy of Brittany White; photograph by Tony Luong; photograph by Prescott Loveland

A Law School institute facilitates change “from the ground up.”

November-December 2021

Photograph of Houghton Library’s renovated reading room

The newly renovated Houghton Library features an upgraded reading room, a redesigned lobby, and improved accessibility features inside and out. The library reopened on September 1 for students and faculty and staff members.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Resuming Harvard in residence, with continuing coronavirus cautions

November-December 2021

Jim Stock, new vice provost for climate and sustainability

James Stock, newly appointed vice provost for climate and sustainability

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A summary of current work—and an important new appointment

9.9.21

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

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

Dr. Diane L. Moore, Religion and Public Life Director

Diane L. Moore

Photograph by Justin Knight

The new Religion and Public Life initiative promotes "religious literacy" in the professions

September-October 2021