Harry R. Lewis

Six Decades of Computer Science at Harvard

Reflections on six decades of relations with computers

Arthur Augustus Johnson

Brief life of a Black baseball impresario: 1890-1951

Computer science at Harvard in the 1960s and 1970s

The “yeasty” times” when computer research grew at Harvard

Harvard professor critiques book on youth, maturity

A philosopher’s take on individuals and maturity, in a world of institutions

Harvard deans urge renewing civic education

Time to restore American higher education’s lost mission

Gordon McKay

Brief life of an inventor with a lasting Harvard legacy: 1821-1903

Talented Eccentrics

Within living memory, computer programming was handicraft. Individual programmers strained to create works that were both useful and...