Students & Alumni

Bringing Art to Life

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

by Max J. Krupnick

Woman sitting in front of a screen with a blue glow

Practicing Public Thoughts

For a young journalist, digital footprints have always been tricky.

by Josie Abugov

Claudine Gay at the podium

A “Romper Room” Diploma

President Claudine Gay’s first semester-opening Morning Prayers

by John S. Rosenberg

The New Crew

The 2023-24 Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows. 

The Elephant in the Room

Conservative undergraduates’ campus debates

by Max J. Krupnick

In Defense of Liberal Arts

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

by Sofia Andrade

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

Addressing Disability

The new Harvard student activism

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Major League Dreams

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

by Max J. Krupnick

Harvard Students Protest Supreme Court Ruling

With a march and speeches, students vowed to fight back.

by Ryan Doan-Nguyen

Pictured left to right, top to bottom: Oge Ogbogu, Nicole Austen, Aarya Kaushik, Michael Evans

Meet Harvard’s Undergraduate Authors

Dystopia, sickle cell, jazz, and wolves: four Harvard students chronicle their paths to publication.