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There are five new members of the Board of Overseers, and six new directors.

5.19.17

Follow Harvard Magazine for updates throughout the week. 

5.22.17

From left: Henry Cobb, A. Clayton Spencer, and Warren Little

Courtesy of Harvard University

This year’s honorees include an architect, athletics enthusiast, and longtime University administrator. 

5.19.17

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

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

5.19.17

Shared Interest Group gatherings in Cambridge

May-June 2017

Joe Biden

Courtesy of the Biden Foundation

The former vice president will address graduating seniors on May 24. 

4.12.17

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Speakers, ceremonies, and celebrations

May-June 2017

Stephan Magro

Stephan Magro
Photograph by Jim Harrison

A miracle-working Commencement director

May-June 2017

Mark Doty’s and Sherry Turkle’s most recent books, Deep Lane and Reclaiming Conversation

Mark Doty’s and Sherry Turkle’s most recent books, Deep Lane and Reclaiming Conversation

Harvard’s Phi Beta Kappa ceremony kicks off Commencement week on May 23.

3.23.17