Sociologist Matthew Desmond studies eviction and the lives of America’s poor.
Robert Frost’s “doubleness,” revealed in his letters—and poems.
In entertainment, big bets on likely winners rule.
Brief life of a celebrity-averse novelist: 1908-1997
In the Internet era, research moves from professionals’ labs to amateurs’ homes.
From supporting farmers to probing policy, Harvard people help Myanmar remake its future.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard School of Public Health, and Radcliffe Institute detail campaign goals
An exoplanet hunter joins the faculty
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
A larger deficit and continuing Harvard financial challenges—amid fundraising and rising expenses
The Harvard Corporation changes, Rhodes Scholars, new University Professor, Nobelists, and more
Why one undergraduate transferred to Harvard
Seven straight wins against Yale, and a shared Ivy title
Katey Stone coaches the Olympics-bound U.S. icewomen.
Little packages of DNA that explode with beauty
Recent books with Harvard connections
Rafael Campo, M.D., straddles medicine and metonymy.
Scott Stossel ’91 probes anxiety in a personal, revealing, and funny book about a serious subject.
Boston Community Capital's DeWitt Jones promotes affordable housing, energy efficiency, and a mortgage buyback program in low-income communities.
Boston's Dudley Square is a focus of nonprofit community development often led by David Price, executive director of Nuestra Comunidad
Harvard students who help enhance the quality of life in the dorms win Aloian Awards
Claudia Bedrick ’85 of Enchanted Lion Books offers an international array of stories to young children.
The Harvard Architectural and Urban Society_Alumni Shared Interest Group
Harvard alumni may sign in to view class notes and obituaries.
An ’09 couple, Michael and Allie Schachter, help child victims of human trafficking in India.