Studying how life bloomed on Earth—and might emerge elsewhere
The poetry critic, the publisher, and the art of bookmaking in a digital era
On crafting a liberal-arts education by reading the classics and shaping one's life course
Brief life of a nature writer in a machine age: 1888-1968
The Internet has led to cultural and economic changes that tilt power away from large organizations, argues Nicco Mele in a new book.
Elizabeth Greenspan explores the rebuilding of the Twin Towers in her new book Battle for Ground Zero.
A poster by Harvard scientists shows 4.6 billion years of evolutionary history.
Families must weigh housing options, costs—and therapies.
Three snapshots from the front lines
Harvard arts and cultural events
The Science Center plaza, renovated, becomes a Harvard crossroads.
The president and provost put The Harvard Campaign in perspective.
Putting The Harvard Campaign in fiscal context
An outside review of Harvard's e-mail reviews finds further problems of policy and execution.
The associate professor of urban planning studies sports facilities and their impact.
Lawyer James Ryan, new dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, is a scholar and champion of equal educational opportunity.
From the pages of the <i>Harvard Alumni Bulletin</i> and <i>Harvard Magazine</i>
Facing declining enrollments, the humanities seek to reinvent themselves.
In the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, efforts are under way to attract more tenure-track women.
The University details its 10-year aspirations for development on the other side of the Charles River.
A rising senior offers advice to the first-year she once was.
New Ledecky fellows
Harvard news: College dean, HarvardX, socially responsive investing, library leaders, and more
Varsity rugby for women begins a new era in Crimson sports.
The head men's heavyweight crew coach at Harvard for 51 years died at age 77.
The brothers Sandvoss moved from glitter to goat cheese.
An alumna recounts a refugee crisis in South Africa.
Joshua Redman's sonorous voice on tenor
<i>Assassin’s Creed’</i>s head writer Corey May explains how writers create video games that are immersive and participatory.
Where inspired artists meet aspiring collectors
An energetic alumni leader emphasizes her “ability to listen.”
The College’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid honors eight outstanding alumni interviewers.
Photographer Diana Mara Henry ’69 publishes her collection <i>Women on the Move</i>.