Snapshots of Harvard’s past quarter-century , with illustrations by Mark Steele
Introduction to an anniversary
Harvard’s evolving faculties
Harvard students and their lives: 1986 versus today
Athletic accomplishments, highlighted
A sampling of current undergraduate courses
Alumni on undergraduate education, then and now
Seamus Heaney introduces an anniversary album.
The recent boom—and the future in Allston
Leading professors on the future of their fields
Visions of the University in 2036
Peering into the future—in print
By reading Darwin, a business school professor has found a unifying way to think about human motivation.
Veils have seen a resurgence among young Muslim women worldwide. Is this a step backward, or a marker of progressive politics?
Conservators are using laser-assisted pigment analysis to identify and authenticate the work of modern artists.
As a redesigned museum rises, curators choose works for display and plan to increase faculty involvement in the process.
A president in her fifth year surveys the University on the eve of its 375th.
What’s in a (Latin) name?
The University has issued a new set of recommendations for its landholdings there.
Meet the ardent rower—and College financial-aid officer.
The Harvard Corporation’s three new members
Headlines from Harvard's history
Marc Hauser resigns, Kennedy School celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary, new organ for Memorial Church, Fay House renovations, and other Harvard news
Reading at the College, and in ancient Rome
Introducing the 2011-2012 Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows
Defensive tackle Josue Ortiz explains his art.
David Fichter paints outdoor murals that teem with life.
Singer-songwriter Suzie Brown, a cardiologist by training, has just released her first CD.
An ode to transparency
Chung To quit Wall Street to sponsor schooling for China’s "blood orphans."
New HAA president Ellen Reeves promotes personal connections.