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Ahlan wa sahlan, “welcome” in Arabic, literally means as family and easily. The phrase is a shortened version of the longer statement, “May you arrive as family and may you tread easily.

Opinion

An undergraduate reflects on learning a language.

1.25.16

Ahlan wa sahlan, “welcome” in Arabic, literally means as family and easily. The phrase is a shortened version of the longer statement, “May you arrive as family and may you tread easily.

An undergraduate reflects on learning a language.

1.25.16

Collecting stories by the river in Vicksburg, Mississippi. August 2013
Photograph by Devi K. Lockwood

Devi K. Lockwood cycles the world to collect 1,001 stories about water and climate change 

1.7.16

His Highness the Aga Khan 
Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

His Highness speaks about welcoming differences in the modern world.

12.14.15

Raffel, back where he started
Photograph courtesy of Keith Raffel

Back at Harvard after four decades away

12.11.15

Syrian and Iraqi refugees arrive at Lesbos, Greece, from Turkey, on October 15, 2015.

Photograph by Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Harvard human-rights expert Jacqueline Bhabha critiques the inadequate response to the world’s migration crises.

January-February 2016

A wall of formal portraits, five representing white male Harvard faculty and administrators, one representing a black undergraduate woman

Illustration by Chris Beatrice

Learning “what it means to be a walking disruption”

January-February 2016