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Desmond Green ’17, Peryn Reeves-Darby ’18, Lethu Ntshinga ’18 (obscured), Genesis De Los Santos ’19, Angelica Chima ’19, Caleb Lewis ’17, and Jonathan Sands ’17 in rehearsal for Black Magic, a student-written and -directed show on the Loeb mainstage

Photograph by Stu Rosner


The Undergraduate looks at 1969 and Reclaim HLS


The annnouncement comes amid a movement to form a graduate student labor union. 


Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC

Lowell residents will live in swing housing from the fall of 2017 through the spring of 2019. 


The Harvard Band brings Valentine’s greetings.


Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Graduate students seek to form a labor union.


Daniel Nagin, faculty director of the clinic (right), and Andrew Roach, J.D. ’13, meet with a veteran in Jamaica Plain.
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Law School Veterans Law and Disability Benefits Clinic

Harvard Law students fight for veterans’ rights locally and nationally.

March-April 2016

Ron Unz—shown speaking about Proposition 227 in Los Angeles in 1998—brings deep experience in initiative campaigns to the slate of petitioners for the Board of Overseers.
Photograph by Chris Pizzello/APimage

Petitioners pursuing election to Harvard’s board seek to change admissions and tuition policies.