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Harvard students’ family incomes by national income quintile, for students born between 1980 and 1991

Courtesy of the Equality of Opportunity Project


A new analysis reveals the skewed population of elite colleges. 


Top row from left: Boaz Barak, Scott Kuindersma, and James Mickens. Bottom row from left: Alexander Rush and Madhu Sudan

Photographs courtesy of Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Ballmer gift enables rapid expansion of computer science at the Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.


A pop-up version of Alice by artist Robert Sabuda that contains two complete, accurate decks of play cards

Photograph courtesy of the Houghton Library/Harvard College Library

New York, NY: Little Simon, c2003. Typ 2070.03.7636. Gift, William H. Bond, 2004.

Houghton Library exhibition chronicles 150 years of Alice in Wonderland.


In the film, David Thorpe does voice exercises designed to make him sound "less gay."

Photograph courtesy of IFC Films

David Thorpe’s new film Do I Sound Gay? de-stigmatizes the “gay voice.”


James F. Rothenberg

The former Harvard treasurer was 69.


New features and an updated design top the list of changes.


Chinese high-school students taking pictures of the John Harvard statue
Photograph by Zara Zhang/Harvard Magazine

How Harvard is regarded in China, America’s largest source of international students


A recent Harvard Law graduate recounts a case in Bavaria.


Photograph by iStock

Students can be seven minutes late, and still “on time”—only at Harvard.