Students & Alumni

Bringing Art to Life

Cecilia Zhou’s approach to makeup, protest, and science

by Max J. Krupnick

Dialed In

“The Dial,” reborn

by Nancy Walecki

In Defense of Liberal Arts

A semester abroad clarifies the value of the curriculum back home.

by Sofia Andrade

“The Wonder Out There”

Rambling around the Quabbin Reservoir

by Nell Porter Brown

Tracing the Enslaved to Modern Descendants

A new technique for connecting ancient DNA to living relatives may have implications for institutions with legacies of slavery.

by Jonathan Shaw

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Tackling the Dental Care Desert

Harvard alumnae establish a college of dental medicine in rural Missouri.

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Addressing Disability

The new Harvard student activism

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Words with No Freedom

A Houghton Library exhibit explores writing in prison.

by Rodrigo del Río

Treating Boston’s “Rough Sleepers”

Tracy Kidder and physician Jim O’Connell discuss health care for the homeless.

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Harvard’s NBA Champion

Denver Nuggets assistant general manager Tommy Balcetis ’10 

by David L. Tannenwald

Major League Dreams

Harvard pitcher Jay Driver hopes to be selected in the Major League Baseball draft.

by Max J. Krupnick