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

Students

The Aloian Memorial Scholars contribute to House life.

8.9.16

A Houghton Library postcard designed to attract undergraduates in computer science to its resources

A Houghton Library postcard designed to attract undergraduates in computer science to its resources
Courtesy of Emilie Hardman.

The Houghton Library undergraduate fellowship supports a summer immersion in its collections.

11.18.15

Photo of Harvard women’s basketball player Shilpa Tummala

Shilpa Tummala

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Post-surgery, a top athlete reestablishes herself.

November-December 2015

Jordan Weiers ’16 and Gabriela D.M. "Gaby" Ruiz-Colón ’16

Jordan Weiers ’16 and Gabriela D.M. "Gaby" Ruiz-Colón ’16

Photograph by Juliette Lynch

Harvard seniors honored for improving House life

November-December 2015

Illustration by David Wheeler

The Undergraduate contemplates books in a digital age.

November-December 2015

Scene at Freshman Convocation

Freshman Convocation

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Morning Prayers and Freshman Convocation themes, economists’ exodus, health benefits round two, and reengineering admissions

November-December 2015

For Harvard, the results point in particular to a problem in the College.

November-December 2015

Photo of Harvard football players heading onto the field

Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Harvard’s greatest football coach—and one of the best anywhere

November-December 2015

Cynthia Cheung, You-Myeong Kim '17, Kunho Kim '17, and Brad Riew '17 in San Francisco in July 2014, at the beginning of their cross-country road trip.
Cynthia Cheung, You-Myeong Kim '17, Kunho Kim '17, and Brad Riew '17 in San Francisco in July 2014, at the beginning of their cross-country road trip.
Photography courtesy of Kunho Kim

 

In 20 States On Wheels, Harvard students celebrate wheelchair travel.

10.13.15