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Raúl Castro is changing Cuba. Will the United States respond?
A brief profile of the pioneering comparative pathologist
Cutting-edge science helps historians push further and more fully into the past.
One patient’s struggle with chronic illness highlights the complexities of modern medicine and the healthcare challenge.
Green travels around New England
By boat, hike, and mountain bike
By train, bike, bus, and boat
By train, boat, and bike
Commencement celebrants and celebrations faced up to real world problems.
The honorary-degree recipients, class of 2009
A sampling of the 2009 Commencement week addresses
The Senior English address
President Faust’s address to the alumni
The Harvard Medical School Class Day address
A poem for the 2009 Phi Beta Kappa Literary Exercises
U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu’s address at the afternoon exercises
Notes and statistics, vital and otherwise
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences tackles a massive budget crisis.
With the endowment down sharply and employee compensation accounting for nearly half of University expenses recently, the administration plans to trim staff jobs.
Understanding the University's financial challenges--beyond the endowment's fall
Expert multitasker David Malan introduces students to computer science.
Honors, arrivals, and departures
A Harvard fixture bites the dust.
Harvard has released a report on the role of the Houses in undergraduate life, in preparation for a major renovation.
Short takes on recent news
Headlines from Harvard history
As senior year winds down, a look forward—and back.
Baseball catcher Tyler Albright ’11 explains how to play his position.
Pianist Malcolm Campbell ’10 is a jazz prodigy.
Enlisting the food industry in the fight against obesity
Bill Scheft ‘79 writes comedy for David Letterman, as well as novels.
"Journey to Mecca," co-produced by Taran Davies ’93, is a new IMAX film about the Hajj.
Paul M. Barrett reviews “Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West,” by Christopher Caldwell ’83
In a new book, photographer Bruce Jackson presents old ID photo portraits from an Arkansas prison.
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
Recent books with Harvard connections
A crime novelist explores the deepest cracks in the human heart.
Results of the 2009 Overseer and Harvard Alumni Association elected director races
The elected leaders of the College class of 2009
Three alumni are honored for outstanding service to the University.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Centennial Medal honors alumni whose contributions to society emerged from their graduate study at Harvard.