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Articles: Opinion

Harvard students watching the Watergate hearings.

Harvard students watching the Watergate hearings.

Opinion

Anthony Lewis ’48 and media colleagues discuss “a basic issue of constitutional democracy” during the Watergate spring of 1973.

5.12.17

Readers comment on training teachers, global health, climate change, and more

January-February 2017

Tuition income—and what the College can and ought to charge

January-February 2017

<p class="credit">Illustrations by Cindy Salans Rosenheim</p>

Moving off campus, and growing up

January-February 2017

Illustration by Wesley Bedrosian

Harvesting innovations from around the world to improve American medical care

November-December 2016

Illustration by Francis Livingston

Learning to negotiate the backyard and the divine

November-December 2016

When it pays to rethink a policy

November-December 2016

Readers comment on charter schools, final clubs, the doubly disadvantaged, veterans’ memories

November-December 2016

Saint Barbara, attributed to the “Ghent Associates” of the Master of Mary of Burgundy, from a book of hours-missal, c. 1485-1490

Courtesy of Houghton Library/Harvard University

A new exhibit highlights how medieval monasticism’s “cult of the book” transmitted beauty and knowledge to the modern world.

9.13.16