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Articles: Students

The magazine’s Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows for the 2016-2017 academic year will be Matthew Browne ’17 and Lily Scherlis ’18.

Photograph by Stu Rosner


The magazine's Ledecky Fellows provide an undergraduate perspective.


ROTC commissioning and numerous Class Day celebrations, including speeches by Sandberg, Power, Van Valkenburgh, and Kaling.


The Class of 2014 processed through the Old Yard to Memorial Church for the Baccalaureate service, which includes an address from President Drew Faust.

Faust tells seniors to act for a better human community.


Phi Beta Kappa exercises; Baccalaureate address


As dean of Harvard College at the turn of the twentieth century, LeBaron Russell Briggs (a member of the College class of 1875) believed that the “unwritten and unspoken purpose” of the College was “not so much intellectual as moral; and her strongest hope is to stamp her graduates with an abiding character.”

The College’s new honor code prompts historical—and student—reflections on moral education.


With early-action acceptances high, few chances for wait-listed applicants


Legislation on undergraduate academic integrity adopted


Joyful Noise chorus member Kevin Jackson sings “What a Wonderful World," assisted by Collegium Musicum’s Neal Champagne.

Harvard’s Collegium Musicum celebrates the power of music as therapy.


Big words and their use on campus

May-June 2014