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Susan Cain foments the “Quiet Revolution.”

2.9.17

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Zena Edosomwan ’17 leaped over three teammates, all of whom are at least six-foot-nine, during the slam dunk contest at Crimson Madness.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Zena Edosomwan's journey

2.22.17 | Sports

Vadim Gladyshev

Photograph by Justin Ide/Harvard Public Affairs & Communications

 

New evidence strengthens the theory that aging results from molecular damage.

2.17.17 | Research

President Donald J. Trump signs an executive order in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, on Thursday, February 9. 

Photograph by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images

What happens when science and the presidential administration are at odds just three weeks in? 

2.15.17 | News

Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith, shown earlier this season, was honored during the team’s alumnae weekend.
Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Alumnae weekend helps explain Harvard women’s enduring basketball success.

2.13.17 | Sports

Migration, #1 

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Courtesy of Helen Zughaib

The Lebanese-American painter depicts people who pay the price of war. 

2.9.17 | Arts

Progress reported on gender, but with notable areas of concern remaining for some minority hires

2.8.17 | News

Reflecting on Harvard’s role in the Trump administration   

2.6.17 | News

Latest News

Zena Edosomwan ’17 leaped over three teammates, all of whom are at least six-foot-nine, during the slam dunk contest at Crimson Madness.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Zena Edosomwan's journey

2.22.17 | Sports

Vadim Gladyshev

Photograph by Justin Ide/Harvard Public Affairs & Communications

 

New evidence strengthens the theory that aging results from molecular damage.

2.17.17 | Research

President Donald J. Trump signs an executive order in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, on Thursday, February 9. 

Photograph by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images

What happens when science and the presidential administration are at odds just three weeks in? 

2.15.17 | News

Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith, shown earlier this season, was honored during the team’s alumnae weekend.
Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Alumnae weekend helps explain Harvard women’s enduring basketball success.

2.13.17 | Sports

Migration, #1 

Click to view more images

Courtesy of Helen Zughaib

The Lebanese-American painter depicts people who pay the price of war. 

2.9.17 | Arts

Progress reported on gender, but with notable areas of concern remaining for some minority hires

2.8.17 | News

Reflecting on Harvard’s role in the Trump administration   

2.6.17 | News

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THE RIGHT STUFF: Freshman point guard Katie Benzan, shown shooting in the home opener against Maine, led the Harvard women’s basketball team in minutes played and points scored per game through January, helping to spark 16 consecutive wins (after an initial loss at Minnesota)—tying the longest such streak in Crimson basketball history and raising hopes for an Ivy League championship.

The right stuff: Freshman point guard Katie Benzan, shown shooting in the home opener against Maine, led the Harvard women’s basketball team in minutes played and points scored per game through January, helping to spark 16 consecutive wins—tying the longest such streak in Crimson basketball history and raising hopes for an Ivy League championship. 

Photographs courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

John Harvard's Journal

Basketball teams pursue Ivy League tournament titles. 

March-April 2017

Documentarian Kent Garrett ’63 returned to Harvard last fall for a screening of his work.

Documentarian Kent Garrett ’63 returned to Harvard last fall for a screening of his work.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

 

Montage

How Black Journal raised the country's consciousness, and opened Kent Garrett's eyes to television's potential

March-April 2017

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