The College investigates more than 100 students in an exam-cheating case—and explores broader teaching and learning concerns
President Drew Faust challenges students to solve the world’s most pressing problems.
A Harvard-run NGO develops a new generation of post-Soviet leaders.
A Harvard tradition of passing colors down from graduating seniors to rising sophomores is revived.
The Harvard College class of 2016 celebrates convocation with addresses by deans and President Drew Faust
More than 100 undergraduates are under investigation for exam collaboration or plagiarism.
An undergraduate gives herself some thinking room.
An undergraduate spans 2,000 miles in search of a small wildflower.
A financial-aid initiative and other College programs help first- generation undergraduates feel at home.
A Shared Interest Group aims to support undergraduates whose parents didn’t attend a four-year college.
Cherone Duggan ’14 and Kathryn Reed ’13 are the magazine’s new Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows.
The Undergraduate proctors high-schoolers and looks back on her own high-school days—and her discovery of American liberal-arts education.
Dunster House will get the first makeover as part of a project to renovate Harvard’s Houses. Students will take up temporary residence at the Inn at Harvard.