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Mapping the Amazon

Alumnus Mark Plotkin traces the footsteps of explorer Alexander Hamilton Rice
2.14.13

Grill It!

Cookbook author “Doc” Willoughby ’70 makes a Thai-inspired sauce.
2.13.13

Training Days

Rebecca Nadler is Harvard’s first NCAA gold medalist in skiing.
2.14.13

Montage

Seeing and Observing

The “Literally Psyched” columnist on Sherlock Holmes, perception, and mental prowess

Letters

Right Now

Cheating the Reaper

New study reveals just how many years of life are added by varying levels of exercise.

New England Regional

Part of the children’s arena at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

Spring Forward

A small selection of the region’s best public gardens

John Harvard's Journal

This image shows the foundation of the science complex shortly before construction was halted in early 2010

Allston: The Killer App

Harvard proposes moving the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to the University’s expanded campus.
Michael D. Smith

“We All Can Do Better”

Harvard College imposes penalties severe following investigation of undergraduate academic misconduct

The Corporation Reports

Three Fellows offer a briefing on the effects of reforming the University’s senior governing board.

Brevia

Harvard news: Allston development, education dean departs, social investing, multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, and more
Ready for a training run: Rebecca Nadler at the top of a trail at Sugarbush Resort in Vermont

Giant Champion

Rebecca Nadler is Harvard’s first NCAA gold medalist in skiing.

Alumni

Vote Now

2013 Candidates for Harvard University Overseers and HAA elected directors

Alumni Awards

Harvard alumni are honored for service to clubs and Shared Interest Groups

Treasure

The College Pump