A Harvard honors thesis on the Wall Street meltdown is a source for an important new book on the subject.
President Obama honors the recipients of the National Humanities Medal and the National Medal of the Arts, including six Harvard graduates, honorary-degree holders, and former fellows.
The Canadians edge out the U.S. women’s team, in a contest that featured Harvard alumnae on both sides.
Five former ice-hockey stars from Harvard are on the U.S. and Canadian Olympic teams competing at Vancouver.
Harvard ice hockey alumnus Rick Haney captains the American national team for the little-known sport, which resembles hockey but uses a ball, not a puck.
Will Johnson ’06 tackles a different sports rivalry.
Recognizing a saxophonist and self-described “revolutionary artist”
Recent articles from the New Yorker and the New York Times feature people with Harvard connections.
President Barack Obama, a Law School alumnus, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, particularly for his work on nuclear weapons.
Three scientists, including a 1966 Harvard Ph.D., are recognized for fundamental work on the ribosome.
Adam F. Falk brings a young new presence to the President’s House in Williamstown.
Kirk fills the seat left by the death of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy ’54, LL.D. ’08.
After 64 years, World War II veteran Franklin Hobbs ’46 was able to return chance-found battlefield keepsakes to a Japanese family.
A new documentary by R. J. Cutler ’83 takes viewers behind the glamour of a fashion powerhouse.
Amelia Lester ’05 is a former Ledecky Undergraduate Fellow at Harvard Magazine.