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Paradise Found

The dazzling beauty and strangely human behavior of one of the world’s most diverse bird families.
12.14.12

Reform School

Harvard’s long-closed Social Museum promoted progressive values.
8.17.12

Work Zone

Summer construction—on the Fogg Art Museum, the Business School’s Tata Hall, Old Quincy, and more—renews the campus.
8.17.12

The Art of Paper

Laurie Krasny Brown crafts colorful works from an “accessible, flexible, beautiful” material.
8.17.12

Into India

President Faust’s first visit to the South Asian nation highlights research and curricular connections old and new.
2.17.12

Commemorating 9/11

The Mahindra Humanities Center erects eight “poetry posts” to prompt reflection about loss and recovery.
10.19.11

Spheres of Knowledge

An exhibition at the Sackler reveals the connections among Renaissance art, invention, and the evolution of science.
10.19.11

Singin’ in the Rain

After much waiting and wondering, student music and dance groups perform around the Yard for a wet but appreciative crowd.
10.15.11

Wet and Wonderful

Harvard’s 375th anniversary celebration, in words and photographs
10.15.11

The Making of the Cake

A step by step gallery of Joanne Chang ’91 assembling the 15-by-18-foot H-shaped red velvet cake for Harvard’s 375th birthday.
10.14.11