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Challenges and response (clockwise from upper left): Prague residents watch a Communist May Day parade in 1948; the Secretary of State; physical destruction in Münster, Germany in 1945; Marshall in the Commencement procession.

Challenges and response (clockwise from upper left): Prague residents watch a Communist May Day parade in 1948; the Secretary of State; physical destruction in Münster, Germany in 1945; Marshall in the Commencement procession.

Clockwise from upper left: © Archive Photos; George C. Marshall Research Library (Montage by Jim Gipe); © Archive Photos; Harvard University News Office

Harvardiana

When Secretary of State George C. Marshall received a degree—and established the standard for U.S. engagement with the world 

5.19.17

Illustration by Mark Steele

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

November-December 2016

Defense secretary Robert McNamara arguing with Harvard protesters in 1966

Photograph by Julian Levy

McNamara on campus, the “Cambridge conceit,” and a lyric puzzle

November-December 2016

Harvard bestirs itself for the fall term.

8.22.16

Kit Reed at work, April 1977

Photograph by Christopher S. Johnson

A distinctive Harvard Magazine voice remembered

September-October 2016

Robert M. Pennoyer, age 19, on duty in 1944

Robert M. Pennoyer, age 19, on duty in 1944

Photograph courtesy of Robert M. Pennoyer

A member of the class of 1946 on the horrors, and humor, of World War II.

September-October 2016

Illustration by Mark Steele

From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine

September-October 2016

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