Of the Pennoyer bell, and Harvard Bandsman Allan R. Robinson, Latin librettist
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.
Theresa Betancourt studies the world’s most neglected and traumatized youths.
The rise in the use of C-sections
Helen Vendler on how to welcome and nurture the poets and painters of the future
Brief life of the soldier who inspired <i>The Count of Monte Cristo:</i> 1762-1806
Arctic mercury pollution flows from rivers, not the atmosphere.
A Harvard School of Public Health study links soda to teen violence.
The General Social Survey asks Americans about issues from race to free speech, confirming some trends and contradicting popular reports of others.
Preserving an historic Chinese monument, long neglected
The College investigates more than 100 students in an exam-cheating case—and explores broader teaching and learning concerns
Young Chinese scholar at Harvard Business School
Harvard's senior governing board completes its expansion to 13 members, electing Jessica Tuchman Mathews '67 and Theodore V. Wells Jr., J.D.-M.B.A. '76
In a year of flat investment returns, the endowment declines as distributions support Harvard University operations
Harvard begins massive online courses through its edX venture with MIT and Berkeley, aiming to improve education on and beyond campus
Consolidating the anthropology department by raising the roof and renovating the library
In the dean's annual report for 2012, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences achieves a budget goal—and sketches its ambitions
Headlines from Harvard history
The Undergraduate ponders her hometown, Harvard, and a village in Tanzania.
Harvard news: Graduate School dean Xiao-Li Meng, Marc Hauser, University Professor Eric Maskin, and more
Bite down. Grind it out. And score profusely.
Basketball’s Temi Fagbenle—from London to Lavietes
A documentary film turns a lens on the “1 percenters.”
In Evan Thomas's new biography, President Eisenhower emerges as a canny nuclear strategist.
Peter Agoos ’75 brightened Boston’s public art scene this summer.
Recent books by John Updike, Marjorie Garber, George Vaillant, Thomas McGraw, and others with Harvard connections
Bernard Lee calls, raises, deals, and explains the booming card game.
A letter from President Drew Faust
Aloian Scholars improve living communities at Harvard