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Tamara Rogers

Tamara Elliott Rogers

Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard University

As vice president, she directed the historic multibillion-dollar Harvard Campaign.


1.18.18 | News

Mila Kunis and Paul Rudd

Photographs courtesy of Hasty Pudding Theatricals

Mila Kunis and Paul Rudd will be receive their awards on January 25 and February 2, respectively.

1.18.18 | News
A portrait of Benjamin Franklin painted by Robert Feke

Robert Feke’s rendering of Benjamin Franklin

Courtesy of the Harvard University Portrait Collection, Bequest of Dr. John Collins Warren, 1856

Two hundred and seventy years ago, Benjamin Franklin did something highly unusual. He retired.

1.16.18 | Arts

A sign directs students to a polling location at Phillips Brooks House. The vote to ratify a union took place on November 16 and 17, 2016.

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LC

A final vote tally finds that 1,526 students voted against forming a labor union and 1,396 voted in favor. 

1.11.18 | News

Corey Johnson ’19, Harvard's best three-point shooter over the past two years, sank three treys to help the Crimson beat Dartmouth 61-51 in its Ivy League opener.
Photograph by Eric Miller/Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Entering Ivy League play, Harvard men's basketball seeks momentum.

1.11.18 | Sports

The official nominees for 2018 are announced.

1.5.18 | News

The new law imposes a levy on investment income for the first time.

12.21.17 | News

Brattle Square

Photograph by Daderot/Wikipedia

A North Carolina-based investment firm has purchased 1-8 and 17-41A Brattle Street. 

12.19.17 | News

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Infographic by Carla Schaffer / AAAS

Harvard’s Dan Barouch finds long-term Zika vaccine efficacy varies by delivery method.

12.13.17 | Research

Bryan Stevenson

Photograph by Tia Chapman

“I don’t think slavery ended in 1865 I think it just evolved. I think it turned into decades of terrorism and violence and lynching.”

12.13.17 | News