Students & Alumni

Historic Humor

University Archives to preserve Harvard Lampoon materials

Slow and Steady

A Harvard Law School graduate completes marathons in all 50 states.  

by Jacob Sweet

Blue and yellow illustration of a young woman writing at a desk and lost in thought

The Case for Indeterminacy

The purpose of the humanities, at Harvard and in the world

by Isabella Cho

Photo of the Hrdys, author and husband, with their first grandchild

Developing Dads

Exploring the evolutionary biology of human fathers as caretakers

by Richard G. Bribiescas

Portrait of Cardinal Robert W. McElroy

American Solidarity

Cardinal Robert W. McElroy on how the Catholic Church has moved towards inclusivity.

by Nell Porter Brown

Princess Marie and Jensen pose beside Jensen's finished portrait of the princess

Poise, in Spite of Everything

Nina Skov Jensen ’25, portraitist for collectors and the princess of Denmark. 

by Lydialyle Gibson

Seamstresses at work in Egypt, 2006

In Egypt, Doors Closing

Leslie T. Change ’91 explores the lives of three women in the Egyptian textile industry.

Moore dancing with the Universal Robotics robot

Quantum Leaps

Ballerina and quantum physicist Merritt Moore ’11 connects humans and machines.

by Nina Pasquini

A colorful, cubist-like illustration of a Harvard classroom with a robotic humanoid head looming above.

AI: The Course

A new Harvard course on artificial intelligence teaches students how to use the tool responsibly.

by Jonathan Shaw

Harvard police officer Steven Fumicello poses with black Labrador retriever Sasha.


Sasha, the police dog of Harvard University.

by Nina Pasquini

Photograph of Lara Schwartz

Dialogue, not Debate

American University’s Lara Schwartz, J.D. ’98, teaches productive disagreement.

by Max J. Krupnick