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Early-morning moving-in scenes, Harvard Yard, August 25

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC


Harvard Yard Move-ins, then and now


Elisabeth Newton, a Ph.D. candidate in astronomy, explains how scientists learn about planets via their stars.

TED-type talks on topics ranging from lizards to “micro-activism,” from doctoral candidates likely to define the futures of their fields.


A Harvard undergraduate ponders growing up and taking risks.


James M. Freeman wrote in his diary about having his picture taken in 1859

Harvard class albums from the early days of photography, on exhibit at Pusey Library

May-June 2015

A house on Memorial Drive becomes the master’s residence.

Along with fixing up the old things, something new for Winthrop House

May-June 2015

After an extraordinary collegiate career, Wesley Saunders ’15 is seeking to join Jeremy Lin ’10 in the NBA.

After a rollercoaster season, and another Ivy crown, whither men’s basketball?

May-June 2015

Charley Butt

Charley Butt succeeds the legendary Harry Parker as Harvard's heavyweight men's crew coach.

May-June 2015