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The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Bilbao, Spain. Photograph by Myk Reeve

Gehry is the first architect to earn the distinction. 

2.2.16

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Nico Maffey ’13 practicing a hand balance
Photograph courtesy of Nico Maffey

Acrobat Nico Maffey ’13 performs in Pippin.

2.5.16 | Arts

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Bilbao, Spain. Photograph by Myk Reeve

Gehry is the first architect to earn the distinction. 

2.2.16 | News

Weisner Perez '19 hit a pair of second-half threes and scored a total of 10 points to keep Harvard in the game against Columbia.
Photographs by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Drops to 1-3 in Ivy League play 

2.1.16 | Sports

Ron Unz—shown speaking about Proposition 227 in Los Angeles in 1998—brings deep experience in initiative campaigns to the slate of petitioners for the Board of Overseers.
Photograph by Chris Pizzello/APimage

Petitioners pursuing election to Harvard’s board seek to change admissions and tuition policies.

1.27.16 | News

Janet L. Yellen
Photograph courtesy of the Federal Reserve

The Radcliffe Institute will honor the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve. 

1.27.16 | News
Freshman point guard Tommy McCarthy '19 and his classmates will figure prominently in the Crimson's quest for a sixth straight conference title.

Freshman point guard Tommy McCarthy ’19 and his classmates will figure prominently in the Crimson’s quest for a sixth straight conference title.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard men’s basketball falls to Dartmouth.

1.26.16 | Sports

Ahlan wa sahlan, “welcome” in Arabic, literally means as family and easily. The phrase is a shortened version of the longer statement, “May you arrive as family and may you tread easily.

An undergraduate reflects on learning a language.

1.25.16 | Opinion

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Ahlan wa sahlan, “welcome” in Arabic, literally means as family and easily. The phrase is a shortened version of the longer statement, “May you arrive as family and may you tread easily.

An undergraduate reflects on learning a language.

Cora Du Bois in 1948

Photograph courtesy of the Tozzer Library, Harvard University. Cora Alice Du Bois Papers

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