Harvard’s fundraising leaders for arts and sciences and engineering and applied sciences
HBS’s Class of 1963 reflects on the occasion of their fiftieth reunion.
An unconventional undergraduate’s College years, and the birth of the personal-computer software industry
Sandra Goldmark ’97 puts the focus on repair, not replace.
Shared Interest Group events in November and December
John S. Wilson Jr. grabs the chance to realize his calling.
Six win awards for their years of volunteering.
Harvardians share their favorite Northeast Nordic skiing sites.
James MacGregor Burns, Ph.D. ’47, on intellect, governance, and the Enlightenment
Brief life of a statesman-orator: 1794-1865
Harvard chemist Martin Karplus speaks to the press.
Richards professor of chemistry emeritus, two others recognized for modeling complex chemical systems
Yale cell biologist, two others, are recognized for work on vesicles and cellular transport.
The author discusses his bestseller, Zealot, at Harvard Divinity School.
Walter Isaacson on “complete rejectionist” Bill Gates at Harvard College—and the birth of personal-computer software