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Articles: Students

Juhwan Seo, founder of the Ethnic Studies Coalition at Harvard, received the Ames Award at the College’s Class Day Exercises last week for promoting ethnic studies within the history and literature concentration. The award is given to seniors who have shown heroic character and energy in helping others and whose substantial contributions may not have been acknowledged.

Photograph by Jim Harrison


Student activists hope to establish an ethnic-studies academic program at the College.


Illustration by iStock/KarenBJones

After the Harvard Republican Club publicly repudiated Donald Trump, students reflect on the group’s future. 


Lavietes-to-be: a rendering of the renovated entry façade, scheduled for player and fan use by the beginning of the 2017-2018 season.

Courtesy of Bruner/Cott& Associates, Inc.

A mid-course change in Allston yields renovated basketball facilities.


Harvard bestirs itself for the fall term.


John Stilgoe

Photograph by Will Nunnally/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

The historian teaches students about the beauty of tools and of knowing how to use them.


(From left) Annalee Perez ’17 and Brittany Wang ’17
Courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

The Aloian Memorial Scholars contribute to House life.

September-October 2016

Advocate editors playing to the camera circa 1900-1910

Courtesy of Harvard University Archives

The Harvard Advocate turns 150.

September-October 2016

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JB

Continuing challenges to undergraduate-admissions policies, and diversifying faculties

September-October 2016

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.

September-October 2016