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Stephen Ball

Courtesy of Stephen Ball

Alumni

Stephen Ball, J.D. ’10, was mentoring a bright high-school student in New York. Then, he got a job offer in California. 

12.28.16

This WPA model of a church, created in the 1930s, is part of Wendy Jacob’s exhibition at the Radcliffe Institute’s Johnson-Kulukundis Family Gallery, “Calm. Smoke rises vertically.”

Photograph by Kevin Grady

At Radcliffe, a touchable exhibit plays with perception.

1.13.17

John de Cuevas ’52 will no longer contribute crossword puzzles to Harvard Magazine.

1.12.17

President Obama hosts a conversation on community policing and criminal justice in Washington, D.C.

Photograph by Aude Guerrucci/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

The president makes a final attempt to defend his legacy. 

1.5.17

Stephen Ball

Courtesy of Stephen Ball

Stephen Ball, J.D. ’10, was mentoring a bright high-school student in New York. Then, he got a job offer in California. 

12.28.16

Joshua Cohen

Courtesy of Joshua Cohen

Boston Review editor Joshua Cohen on the role of the media after Trump. 

12.21.16

Professors Louis Menand and Margo Seltzer staked out opposing points of view at the December 6 faculty meeting.
Photographs by Kris Snibbe/HPAC and Jon Chase/HPAC

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences remains sharply divided about sanctions and multiple, conflicting goals.

12.9.16

The front hall holds a pint-sized proscenium arch made of glass mosaics

Photograph courtesy of Ayer Mansion

Preserving Boston’s unique Ayer Mansion

January-February 2017

Harvard’s first University-wide Women’s Weekend

January-February 2017