Craig Lambert

Diagnosis by Fiction

The “Healing Quartet,” by “Samuel Shem,” probes medicine—and life.

Football: The Tapestry

David C.K. McClelland’s famous Lampoon cover

The Eviction of the Bow & Arrow Press

The Adams House space that gave the letterpress studio its name will become a student common room.

Comedy with a Conscience

Jimmy Tingle’s political humor in a polarized era

NFL Referee Ron Torbert Makes the Tough Calls

A Harvard Law alum puts his degree to work on the field.

The Blue Garden

Newport's restored landscape 

Improvised Cuisine

The joys of cooking with The New York Times's Sam Sifton 

Journalist Chris Wallace, profiled by Craig Lambert

Chris Wallace has “the toughest job of any television journalist.”

NYT movie critic A.O. Scott profiled by Craig Lambert

A.O. Scott on watching and reviewing a lot of movies

The Talent for Aging Well

George E. Vaillant's generational research on Harvard men unveils the differences that distinguish the "happy-well" from the "sad-sick" in later life.

The Professionalization of Ivy League Sports

The rise of specialization, year-round competition, proprietary training, and recruiting in student athletics