“Community-building magic” through public, personal reflections
Brief life of America’s epic historian: 1823-1893
A plan for controlling greenhouse gases while enhancing economic growth
The last home and private garden of Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of modern landscape architecture
Boston’s chamber orchestra A Far Cry merges genres at the Gardner Museum.
Fall travel to New England’s seacoast offers art, history, biking, and great restaurants
Memorial Church’s cracked bell is replaced.
House Renewal reaches a whole new scale.
Harvard Management Company’s president steps down, as the endowment faces new challenges.
Tanya Smith is a biological anthropologist who uses scientific methods to study human and primate teeth.
From the pages of the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Magazine
Professors’ contentments—and concerns about diversity and demands on their time for academic advances
A digital “rebirth” for the series of Greek and Roman classics
Harvard Library helps preserve Tibet’s literary heritage.
The Scholars Strategy Network aims to integrate scholarship into public policy.
Math and science honorands, and a new development dean
Honorand Seymour Slive’s passing, Presidents Faust and Summers together, sexual-assault reforms, and more
Harvard evaluates “blended” courses that draw on MOOC material.
On second-guessing and seeking one’s passion
The new Ledecky Fellows
Norman Hayes explains how he plays defense for the Harvard football team as a cornerback and nickel back.
Football scribe John T. Bethell hangs up his cleats after 43 seasons; Dick Friedman goes on duty.
Musicals by Benjamin and O’Keefe excite Broadway.
In Uncertain Justice, Laurence Tribe and Joshua Matz examine the current Supreme Court.
Novelist and outdoorsman John Casey’s two new books look at teaching writing and his athletic exploits.
Bill Haney makes documentary films that probe social issues.
A Harvard alumna starts her own project aimed at global gender justice.
New Harvard Alumni Association president emphasizes access to education
At Harvard, learning never has to end
Tara Altebrando ’92 is the coauthor of a timely book.
Harvard alumni are awarded for volunteer service to the College admissions office.