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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.


Ram Venkateswaran, of the HMS class of 2017, performs in the Tosteson Medical Education Center’s atrium last spring. He and pianist Chris Lim, HMS ’16, offered a joint program: “<i>Sicilienne</i>” (Fauré); “<i>Sicilienne</i>” (von Paradis); “Spanish Dance” (Granados/Kreisler); and <i>“Widmung</i>” (Schumann/Liszt).

Harvard Medical School turns to the humanities.


Scenes of Harvard Yard on a mid-July morning

Thoughts on a summer in Cambridge


President Drew Faust addresses the 14 veterans who participated in the Warrior-Scholar Project at Harvard. The week-long pilot program, which involved democracy-themed seminars as well as reading and writing workshops, ran from July 6 to July 12.

The Warrior-Scholar Project runs its first program at Harvard.


Mia Karvonides

A central University team will initiate investigations of cases.


The author climbed this tree in Cyprus’s Troodos Mountains, en route to Lagoudera.

Overcoming the Harvard zeal to be “productive”


Brianna Macgregor '16 and Ozdemir Vayisoglu '16, both fellows at the Summer Humanities and Arts Research Program, digitally access information about an object at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts, during a workshop on cultural interpretation.

Harvard undergraduates delve deep into summer humanistic research.


Four seniors have won scholarships to study at Cambridge University.

July-August 2014

Samuel Clark, in costume, shows real tourists around Yale. He later said he was trying to be helpful.

Touring Yale, trombone sextet, and talking back to John Foster Dulles

July-August 2014