Letters about Al Franken, the value of lectures, education and economics, justice, the Tea Party, primate care, and more
A star-spangled Colonial find and a book honoring Motif No. 1
Because of a printer’s error, some readers who should have received this section in the November-December 2015 issue did not. The missing section will be mailed to them shortly.
Rahul Mehrotra's architecture spans eras and cultural divides.
Sociobiologist E.O. Wilson on the evolution of culture
Brief life of a female visionary: 1256-c. 1302
The Digital humanities at Harvard encompass a vast array of new tools and scholarly creations
How personal preferences drive our choice of mates—as understood through an online dating site.
Malcolm Whitman reveals how the blue evergreen hydrangea stops autoimmune disease.
A map of protein interactions in fruit flies provides new ways to study disease.
An aerial view of the Fogg art Museum reconstruction.
Harvard Medical School's primate research center encounters repeated, serious lapses of proper procedure and safe animal care
Meet the expert on nineteenth-century novels and reformist writings.
The Harvard Initiative on Learning and Teaching launched its activities with a day-long symposium.
The threat of library staff layoffs, absent details, leads to consternation and protests.
Faculty members predict what a Harvard education will look like in 2036.
Headlines from Harvard history
Lizabeth Cohen named Radcliffe dean; David N. Hempton named Divinity School dean
Brandt steps down, ROTC on campus, admissions bill increase, education Ph.D., and more
The Nieman Journalism Lab tracks innovations in journalism, online, in print, and on the business side.
The Undergraduate mines alumni class reports for real-world lessons about life.
Rachel Brown of the softball team broke Ivy records for strikeouts last year.
The Harvard basketball team completed its best season with an appearance against Vanderbilt in the NCAA tournament.
Brooke Lampley '02 heads modern and impressionist art at Christie's.
A musical Vermont couple record local music collected decades ago.
GSD's Preston Scott Cohen designed a new wing on the Tel Aviv art museum.
Keas—founded by computer programmer Adam Bosworth ’76—combines social media and gaming to make wellness fun.
Faculty speakers at local Harvard clubs
The 2012 nominees for Harvard overseers and HAA elected directors