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Loeb House

Loeb House, where the University’s governing boards, the Corporation and Board of Overseers, convene
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC

News

Petitioner candidates qualify, will campaign to change Board of Overseers and Harvard investment policy.

2.18.20

Photograph of Steven Choi urging passage of driver’s license bill

Choi and supporters gathered at the New York state capitol last year to urge passage of new driver’s license legislation.

Photograph courtesy of the New York Immigration Coalition

Steven Choi, J.D. ’04, works—and fights—at the vitriolic epicenter of immigration politics.

March-April 2020

Frank Hu holds a plate filled with food.

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Hu believes a plant-based diet can help feed a growing population in a healthy, sustainable way.
Photograph by Jim Harrison

Frank Hu confronts the triple threats of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change.

March-April 2020

Drawing of proposed new campus buildings in Allston

Rendering courtesy of Tishman Speyer

 

The Law School launches a “Shield Working Group,” Allston update, keeping tabs on “fake news,” and more

March-April 2020

Photograph of Alan Jenkins

Alan Jenkins
Photograph by Jim Harrison

A brief look at a Harvard Law School professor's long journey

March-April 2020

Photo of labor law experts Benjamin Sachs and Sharon Block

Labor law experts Benjamin Sachs and Sharon Block, co-leaders of Clean Slate
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

A Harvard Law School initiative calls for a revitalized labor law “to shift power from corporations to workers.”

March-April 2020

Six women sit at a table at the front of an auditorium.

From left: Co-panelists Nienke Grossman '99, J.D.'04, Terry Karl, Suzanna Challen, Ph.D.'11, Charna Sherman '80, Sejal Singh, and Debra Katz  Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG

Accusers of former Harvard government professor Jorge Domínguez speak out about their experiences. 

2.5.20

Five Harvard deans sit on stage in a panel.

Five Harvard deans—Bridget Terry Long, Nitin Nohria, Claudine Gay, Douglas Elmendorf, and Michelle Williams—discuss the importance of education.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Graduate School of Education

At its centennial, the Harvard Graduate School of Education celebrates and looks ahead. 

1.31.20

A network of curli fibers (produced by genetically altered E. coli bacteria) can bind to intestinal surfaces, where it acts like a Band-Aid, and can even deliver probiotic therapies.

A network of curli fibers (produced by genetically altered E. coli bacteria) can bind to intestinal surfaces, where it acts like a Band-Aid, and can even deliver probiotic therapies.
Image courtesy of the Wyss Institute at Harvard University

Neel Joshi harnesses bacteria to build products sustainably.

12.11.19