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President-elect Claudine Gay prepares to pass the baton.

2.8.23

Landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom M.L.A. ’06

Landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom M.L.A. ’06

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

Lessons from Bangkok presented at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

2.1.23

Brenda Tindal

Brenda Tindal 

Photograph by Kris Snibbe/HPAC

The position will oversee the visual culture and signage of the University.

2.1.23

Photograph of Noam Chomsky videoconference at a Harvard Law School event discussing corporate capture of the legal profession

Noam Chomsky, LL.D. ’00, speaking at the Law School conference

Photograph by Michael Roh

Harvard Law students, and others, critique legal practice.

2.1.23

colonial-era blue house amid grass

Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford, Massachusetts 

Photograph by Theresa Kelliher/Courtesy of the Royall House and Slave Quarters museum

Medford museum spotlights the historic link between wealth and human bondage.

1.25.23

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren emphasized that workers are making important wins, but corporations are still union busting.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine 

New Harvard Law center focuses on unionization and equitable labor law

1.25.23

Harvard Kennedy School shield

Dean Elmendorf to extend offer to Kenneth Roth, review fellowship procedures

1.19.23

A paper ripped down the middle: on left, a college graduate looks over their shoulder; on right, an employer with a briefcase walks in the opposite direction

Study quantifies the disconnect between community college educators and employers 

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by Unsplash

Educators and employers aren't collaborating well—and what to do about it

12.12.22

Image of plans for Ford’s Michigan Central Park

Rendering courtesy of Mikyoung Kim Design

Landscape architect Mikyoung Kim’s healing arts

January-February 2023