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Early BMOCs

Harvard’s collection of early American paintings are mostly portraits, all men.
2.17.15

Yesterday’s News

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
2.17.15

So Long for a Time

Baez, Dylan, and more vignettes from Harvard’s class of 1964
12.15.14

LSD Testing in the 1950s

A researcher hopes to contact volunteer participants in “truth sera” experiments.
12.15.14

Yesterday’s News

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
12.15.14

Yesterday’s News

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
10.15.14

Lest We Forget

Harvard’s World War I participants are honored in an updated volume edited by Douglass M. Carver ’59.
10.15.14

Combatants

A World War I Harvard aviator, plus a Game-worthy car buff and his wheels
10.15.14

Peter Gomes, Remembered

The late Pusey minister in Memorial Church is memorialized by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
10.8.14

Yesterday's News

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
8.15.14

x̄Hviri

“Ten Thousand Men of Harvard”—the logo, and John Harvard’s shoes
8.15.14

A Glass Menagerie

The Harvard Museum of Natural History showcases Blaschka glass invertebrates.
7.2.14