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Harvardiana

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

10.5.16

Advocate editors playing to the camera circa 1900-1910

Courtesy of Harvard University Archives

The Harvard Advocate turns 150.

September-October 2016

When The Chronicle of Higher Education highlighted Drew Faust in her pre-Harvard days

7.26.16

The long-gone Dudley Gate, caught with no hands on its clock

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard University Archives

A nitty-gritty guide by a Nieman Fellow and his team.

July-August 2016

In this 1835 portrait by Charles Osgood, Bowditch sits with the first two volumes of his Mécanique Céleste translation, as a bust of Laplace looks on.

Image © 2006 Peabody Essex Museum/Photograph by Mark Sexton

Brief life of a mathematician and businessman: 1773-1839

July-August 2016

Illustration by Mark Steele

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

July-August 2016

Illustration by Mark Steele

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

May-June 2016

Harvard president James Walker, in caricature and in the flesh

Harvard president James Walker, in caricature and in the flesh

Images courtesy of the Harvard Club of New York

A president who tippled, and an eternally faithful dog

May-June 2016

In the eighteenth century, Harvard presidents Edward Holyoke (left) and Benjamin Wadsworth both owned slaves.

Eighteenth-century Harvard presidents—and slaveowners—Edward Holyoke (left) and Benjamin Wadsworth
Painting of Edward Holyoke by John Singleton Copley/Harvard Art Museums; painting of Benjamin Wadsworth in the public domain

A plaque begins an official acknowledgment of the University’s past.

4.6.16