Drew Pendergrass

Lessons from the natural world

The Undergraduate reassesses the rhythms of the natural world.

Zoom and the zero commute

“The biggest obstacle to our collective learning is the elephant in the room: a global pandemic, taking place amid existing inequalities,” writes Drew Pendergrass ’20. 

The Undergraduate on power and the denial of scholarship

A student scientist contemplates power and the denial of scholarship.

One undergraduate on the Harvard move-out

“What will it mean to end our time on this campus with no closure, no time to reflect on what it all meant?”

Boston in Motion

An exhibition maps the making of a metropolis.

Negatively Curved Crystals

A Harvard mathematician’s “interwoven tapestries” help make the infinite visible.

The Rittase Touch

What William Rittase found when he came to Harvard in 1932

Finding beauty in the complexities of applied science

The Undergraduate finds beauty in the complexities of applied science.

Can the Catholic Church Help Explain Western Psychology?

A social-science analysis of how Catholicism transformed Western culture

Neural-Network Pioneer Yann LeCun on AI and Physics

The physics department confers its Loeb lectureship on an influential non-physicist.